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More than half (54%) of employers say that the vote in June's referendum for the UK to leave the EU will not delay hiring intentions.
Nor will it affect the number of people many employers will hire, after 44% of employers told Totaljobs’ July employment index that the Brexit vote will have no effect on recruitment volumes.
A fraction (6%) said they would hire more in the wake of the referendum, and 23% said they would hire fewer. The remainder of employers did not know.
Among candidates, half (48%) of those surveyed said they were more concerned about finding a job now than they were before the EU referendum.
Of those currently employed, 34% are worried about their job security as a result of Brexit, while just over half (52%) are not concerned.
In the days following the result of Brexit vote, many employers were advised to reassure employees of the impact on job security.
One in 10 employees questioned said their employer had talked to them about the implications of Brexit, but 72% said their employer had not spoken to them about it.
A quarter of business said they had not talked to their staff about the impact of Brexit because they did not know what they should be saying.
John Salt, group sales director at Totaljobs, said: “