1. Why businesses in South Africa aren’t hiring – it’s exactly why you think  BusinessTech
  2. SA employment outlook still at record low - but load shedding means energy companies are hiring  Fin24
  3. Steady hiring expected for Waterloo Region: report  KitchenerToday.com
  4. Most Employers Not Hiring in Second Quarter of 2020: ManpowerGroup  VOCM
  5. Hiring climate relatively positive  Quinte News
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The ManpowerGroup has published its latest employment outlook survey, showing that South African employers report limited hiring intentions for the second…The ManpowerGroup has published its latest employment outlook survey, showing that South African employers report limited hiring intentions for the second quarter of 2020.

Why businesses in South Africa aren’t hiring – it’s exactly why you think

SA's outlook for job seekers is still at its lowest in five years, according to a survey among 750 employers – but while ongoing load shedding is taking its toll on the economy, it's also sparking job creation in the alternative power generation sector.SA's outlook for job seekers is still at its lowest in five years, according to a survey among 750 employers – but while ongoing load shedding is taking its toll on the economy, it's also sparking job creation in the alternative power generation sector.

SA employment outlook still at record low - but load shedding means energy companies are hiring | Fin24

13 per cent of employers surveyed plan to hire in the second quarter13 per cent of employers surveyed plan to hire in the second quarter

Steady hiring expected for Waterloo Region: report - KitchenerToday.com

CORNWALL – It appears the city job market will be putting on the brakes heading into the summer, according to the latest Employment Outlook Survey from ManpowerGroup. The staffing agency says the o…

Cornwall job market putting on the brakes: ManpowerGroup – Cornwall Newswatch

Employers in Niagara’s three largest municipalities expect anywhere from a slow to fair hiring climate for the second quarter of 2020.Employers in Niagara’s three largest municipalities expect anywhere from a slow to fair hiring climate for the second quarter of 2020.

Slow to fair hiring climate anticipated for Niagara’s three largest municipalities | StCatharinesStandard.ca

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