The year we left 2016 was an atypical year, for several reasons; Brexit, months without government and US elections. Despite so many uncertain environments, companies and workers in Spain start the year 2017 with optimism, according to the results of the Hays Labour Market Guide 2017.
The difficulties of access to credit or the fear of default, fall to the last positions of the ranking. 79% of the companies surveyed consider that the crisis has finally been overcome, and claims to have noticed significant increases in basic indicators: turnover (85% of respondents), number of employees (70%) and international expansion (58%). 7 out of 10 companies surveyed are expected to make new hires throughout the year.Read more