Alex joined Allegis Global Solutions (AGS) in 2015 as a Research Analyst for EMEA. Prior to this Alex graduated from Coventry University with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics having taken a year’s placement at the Government Economic Service within the Department for Work and Pensions. Here Alex gained invaluable insight into the UK labour market and wider European markets as part of the Labour Market Statistics team.
Since joining AGS, Alex has moved to a Senior Analyst role where he holds several responsibilities including: managing contingent workforce rate cards for EMEA based programmes, producing local market analysis for clients across a number of European markets and performing economic analysis to help drive our clients sourcing strategies and workforce planning. Alex also works to produce white papers, blogs, infographics and case studies, all of which speak to a wide variety of issues and trends within AGS programmes or the staffing industry in EMEA.
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As many people know, the UK has voted to leave the European Union effective of Friday, 29 March 2019, with a 21-month transition period. There has been a provisional agreement over three issues, most notably budget commitments and EU citizens’ rights, and talks have now moved to agreeing on the future relationship between the UK and EU. With this relationship yet to be decided, it is difficult to predict what the UK labour market will look like outside of the European Union and the...