The France-based temporary and permanent staffing group DLSI SA (ALDSL:PAR) saw a -13% decline in first-quarter revenue from €48.44 million in 2011 to €42.22 million in 2012, following the closure ... France – DLSI Q1 revenue drops after reorganisation
The number of temporary workers in France declined by -6.8% in February 2012 compared to a year ago, according to the employment barometer of the French association of employment agencies, Prisme ... France – Sharp monthly drop in temporary employment
Synergie SA (SDG:PAR), the fifth-largest staffing firm in France according to Staffing Industry Analysts’ research, has increased first-quarter revenue in 2012 by +4.2% to €337.5 million, compared ... Synergie SA (SDG:PAR), the fifth-largest staffing firm in France according to Staffing Industry Analysts’ research, has increased first-quarter revenue in 2012 by +4.2% to €337.5 million, compared ... France – Synergie benefits from international growth in Q1 ... France – Synergie benefits from international growth in Q1
Groupe Crit (CRIT:PAR), one of France’s largest temporary staffing firms, reported that Q1 sales were up by over +5% to €350.3 million, when compared to Q1 2011. In terms of revenue, the firm ... France – Group Crit sees French market slow down
Overall temporary employment in France fell -3.7% in the fourth quarter of 2011 when compared to a year ago. This means that at year-end there were around 568,900 temporary workers in employment ... France – Temporary staffing down in Q4
to switch jobs due to stress; 19 percent have left a job because it was too stressful and 57 percent reported that they have never switched jobs due to stress. Workplace stress is of most concern in France
; and Scoot in France, Spain and Belgium.
De Smedt graduated as a commercial engineer from the Solvay Business School and attended executive programs at the University of Chicago, Harvard Business School
’s Southern European markets outside of France and Italy. Other Southern Europe revenue rose 23.9 percent to $240.2 million.
France, ManpowerGroup’s largest single market, posted a 6.4 percent increase