Retention | Redundancies drop to record low as firms struggle to keep staff

Redundancies drop to record low as firms struggle to keep staff

Redundancies have fallen to a record low as companies fight to hold on to their staff – the Telegraph reports.

ONS statistics reveal that 83,000 people were made redundant in the three months to October 2018, the smallest level since the Office for National Statistics began counting in 1995.

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