are easing and we have also seen an increase in permanent recruitment activity, particularly in the second half.”
Operating profit for the year fell 13.1 percent to £39.9 million (US$65.4 million).
and prior years. The United Kingdom-based staffing firm, which also has operations in the U.S., said the investigation includes billed and unbilled receivables at its Recruit Events Services Ltd. subsidiary
of Fortune magazine's "International 50 most powerful women in business."
Pierpoint International, a recruitment process outsourcing firm, named Robert Cantu as VP of recruitment operations and diversity