Robert Half Press Room

In addition to identifying recruitment and workplace trends through our daily interactions with companies and job seekers, we conduct extensive research on hiring and employment issues. Read our latest press releases and research findings, including results from our ongoing surveys of CFOs and other senior executives including CIOs and HR Directors.

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David Adelman, PR and Content Specialist – UK & UAE

Latest Press Releases

As well as press releases on current workplace topics, you can also read our complete archive of press releases from recent years.

New research reveals ‘hybrid’ skills are reshaping job demand in the UK

Robert Half’s latest research evidences a definite shift in skills demand amongst employers in response to the adoption of new technologies and economic shifts experienced during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

UK business believe hybrid working is here to stay following 190% spike in remote job postings since start of pandemic

The majority of UK businesses (89%) expect hybrid workforces to become a permanent part of working life following a 190% spike in remote work job postings since the beginning of the pandemic, according to a new special report from specialised recruiter Robert Half. The Demand for Skilled Talent…

Four-in-five UK businesses are confident about their growth prospects for H1 2021

Four in five UK businesses (78%) are ‘somewhat to very confident’ about their growth prospects for the first half of 2021, according to the latest C-suite research from specialist recruiter Robert Half UK.

Four-in-five businesses fear losing top talent due to COVID-19 impact

Despite rising unemployment, hiring demand remains strong for accounting and finance professionals with commercial, data analysis and cash management skills

Despite COVID-19 impact a number of key sectors across the UK continue to show strong demand for new technology hires

Despite rising unemployment, hiring demand remains stable for the technology sector