now, Sme’s, also in the last quarter of the year of recruitment. According to a survey by hr service provider SD Worx. More small businesses will have their jobs, however, difficult to be filled.
The aanwervingsintenties for small and medium-sized enterprises will continue in the upcoming quarter are stable, according to figures from the sheraton. More than one in three Belgian sme’s (33,6 per cent) the next three months of hire. The percentage varies for eight quarters in a row, about one-third.
for More sme’s to get to their jobs, however, difficult to be filled. For example, four in ten smes (38 per cent), the jobs are mainly long-unfilled vacancies, while in the previous quarter, only around a quarter (26 per cent), and that was the case.
Especially in the construction industry, and the industry is facing a workforce shortage, with six out of ten smes have been affected by long standing vacancies.
West-Flanders, and anemia.
of Employers in the province of West-Flanders, belgium turns out to be very difficult to find the hotel. Thus, a single sme in six (17 per cent), it has to do with jobs for more than one year outstanding more than one-quarter (27.6 percent) of the smes will be one or more vacancies that are not filled within a period of six months.
now, Sme’s, also in the last quarter of the year of recruitment. That’s according to figures published by hr service provider SD Worx. More small businesses will have their jobs, however, difficult to be filled.
in a recent survey Of the tewerkstellingsprognoses by SD Worx shows that, of the aanwervingsintenties in the case of smes will remain stable for more than one in three Belgian sme’s (33,6 per cent) intend to hire in the last three months of the year. This percentage varies for eight quarters in a row, about one-third.
now, with Four in ten smes (38 per cent) said that vacancies are mainly long-vacant positions, as this is the last quarter to just one-quarter (26 percent). In particular, smes operating in industry and construction, are struggling to fill vacancies, with six in ten of the sme ” s talk of a long-vacant positions.
In the province of West-Flanders (belgium) in particular, it is difficult to get suitable staff. As one sme in five (17 per cent), it has to do with jobs that will last longer than a year, more than one-quarter (27.6 percent) of the sme’s has job openings that are not filled after the first six months.
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