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One in three UK employers expect to make staff redundant between July and September, a survey suggests. The research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and recruiter Adecco shows a 50% jump in the number of employers expecting to cut jobs compared to three months ago. In the private sector, 38% of firms plan to make redundancies, compared to 16% in the public sector. Firms with plans to hire rose - but numbers were down on past years. There have been an increasing number of job cuts as the coronavirus pandemic wiped more than a quarter off UK economic output. In the month leading up to 9 July, more than 2,000 employers were asked whether they planned to make redundancies. Tout l'article

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