Next to this, there are two big moments in a year for change:
January and February are obviously the start of a new calendar year, hence people had time to rethink their life during the Christmas break, set new resolutions and start working on these.
Companies on the other hand are experiencing more people leaving, but they also have new budgets available and new targets set: this creates more flexibility and new roles opening up in order to obtain these targets.
September and October are similar to January and February. It’s often the start of a new ‘School Year’ or ‘Working Year’. Summer holidays are over and people start thinking about alternatives to improve their life.
Corporates are entering the acceleration of the second-half of the year, new budgets are approved and also new growth targets are set.