Recruitment firm Robert Walters has reported a boost in activity as firms are hiring more staff.
The group reported a record December fee income was up by 33% in the last quarter of the year.
“We are seeing candidate shortages across all locations and disciplines, a fierce competition for talent and wage inflation kicking in which together create huge opportunities across the recruitment market,” said chief executive Robert Walters.
Over the year as a whole, the net income fee was up 21%.
Robert Walters noted strong growth in Asia Pacific as it reported a 56% rise in net fee income.