Construction senior executive appointments on the rise
The confidence to recruit more senior management into the industry is the sign of a more sustained economic recovery in this sector, according to Bromak managing director Dave Brooks.
He said, “We see strong signals of growth, and with the rising number of senior positions being consistently recruited then it should mean good, positive news in terms of investment and jobs.
“We believe there is a combination of the Help to Buy, easier access to funding and more confidence than for a long time which all helps to ensure this recovery is sustainable for the future of our economy.”
Further evidence of a recovery has come from Lloyds Banking Group, which revealed orders, sales, and profits are forecast to rise in its twice-yearly survey of 1,500 businesses.
The Lloyds' survey tracks business confidence about sales, orders and profits, weighing positive and negative views to create a "balance of opinion". The latest positive balance of 45 per cent is up from 30 per cent last July.
The survey found that confidence had increased across all UK regions and sectors, with companies in North England and the West Midlands forecasting strong growth.
Bromak is experiencing high volumes of enquiries at all levels of recruitment but more notably at senior management and executive level. The company offers a comprehensive range of construction and industry-related training programmes including health & safety, management and Construction Skills accredited courses.