Manpower forecasts an increase on the number of hired tradesmen and women.
The recruitment company said recent construction work had boosted the industry by an estimated £250 million, and firms were looking to take on more staff in the future.
Energy firms have also had to recruit more engineers in the past few weeks to help restore power to thousands of homes, as well as more customer service workers to handle compensation claims.
In a BBC interview this morning Mark Cahill, managing director of Manpower UK said that the government’s Help to Buy scheme is partly to thank, but that the bad weather could also be responsible.
Mr Cahill said: “With over 6,000 properties flooded, and an average repair bill…
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