More than 50% of businesses in the capital have struggled to recruit new staff in the last three months.
Research by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry also found 26% of firms felt under pressure to increase wages.
It is urging government to make it easier for businesses to employee people from overseas.
More than three thousand new jobs were created in the City of London this month. That's 25% more than in March last year according to new figures.
According to the recruitment firm Astbury Marsden the rise was down to investment banks increasing their numbers of technology staff and an increase in mergers and acquisitions.
Shopkeepers in Enfield are calling for Sunday parking charges to be scrapped, claiming they're a threat to their trade. The Council says the charges were introduced in January to reduce congestion in the town centre and not just to raise money.
Federation of Small Businesses has asked Boris Johnson to deliver a small business focused agenda for his next four years in office.
In a letter of congratulation, the FSB has also called for the Mayor to deliver on his manifesto commitments of tackling the issue of business crime, as well as investing in alternative forms of finance and infrastructural development that are critical to small businesses' growth.
The takeover of bmi by British Airways is set to lead to up to 1,200 job losses, the airline announced today.
BA started consulting unions on proposals to integrate the bmi business into its operations at Heathrow Airport after the acquisition was given regulatory approval from the European Commission last month.
BA said that without the acquisition, all 2,700 bmi jobs could have been lost.