In the Recruitment and Employment confederation's new AWR Monitor, compiled by the organisation's Policy and Professional Services, data and member feedback on AWR implementation shows that in the majority of cases the transition has been mainly simple since October 1st, though things could be better
Commenting on the monitor, Tom Hadley, the REC's director of policy and professional services, said the latest feedback and data shows a "mixed picture" depending on sector and size of agency.
"However, the overall conclusion is that demand for temporary staff remains strong despite the new regulations coming into force," he added.
Mr Hadley did note that the AWR has created some cost bureaucracy for agencies to absorb and added that the REC will be collating members' feedback ahead of meeting with employment relations minister Edward Davey next month.
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