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Switzerland – Temporary staffing market stabilising

18 September 2014

The number of temporary jobs in Switzerland recovered somewhat during August 2014, increasing by +6.8% compared with the same month last year, according to the latest figures from Swiss Staffing, the Swiss Federation of Staffing Companies.Since the start of the year, the volume of temporary work...


France – Calls to ban emails from the bedroom

18 September 2014

Following comments yesterday from French Economics Minister, Emmanuel Macron, that “la France est malade” (France is sick) and must rethink that way it works, trade union CGT has called for companies that make staff respond to emails or work out-of-office hours to be punished, reported The Times....


UK – Salaries on the rise for supply teachers

18 September 2014

Supply teachers are expecting to earn higher rates over the next year, according to a new analysis from umbrella employment provider giant group. The survey of the education market found that 91% of its education database expect to see an increase in earnings this year, up +10% compared with last...


UK – Thousands of temporary Christmas jobs now available

18 September 2014

There are still 14 weeks until Christmas and, to much chagrin, supermarkets are starting to stack their shelves with the usual tinsel, festive chocolate, and mince pies. At least nobody seems to have started playing Christmas music yet. It’s not all bad news, though, as companies have also s...


UK – Allegis Group rebrands TEKsystems and Aston Carter

17 September 2014

TEKsystems and Aston Carter, both of whom have provided IT staffing and recruitment services in the UK and across Europe as part of Allegis Group, yesterday announced their respective rebrands in the UK and European markets.The purpose of the rebrand is to clarify and define the specific ser...


Italy – Prime Minister to force through changes to labour law if Parliament fails to act

17 September 2014

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said yesterday that he would force through changes to Italy's labour laws with special emergency measures if parliament dragged its feet. He also rejected criticism that his government was moving too slowly with its reform agenda, reports Reuters.Mr R...


UK – Companies will have to recruit from new markets to meet demand for IT specialists

17 September 2014

A report from specialist business and technology recruitment firm ReThink Recruitment found that businesses will have to target new overseas markets to source IT professionals in the future.The report found that organisations can no longer rely on recruiting IT talent from the Indian subcontinent...


UK – Strong growth in hospitality recruitment in Q2

17 September 2014

Recruitment levels in the UK’s hospitality sector increased by +22% during Q2 2014, compared with the same quarter last year, according to hospitality job board Caterer.com. The survey indicated that there was an increase of +14% in the share of advertised jobs with salaries in excess of £30,000....


UK – Eight arrested on suspicion of human trafficking and labour exploitation

17 September 2014

Eight people were arrested yesterday after a series of successful warrants were carried out in Plymouth and Cornwall as part of a major investigation into human trafficking and modern slavery.Police arrested eight people, five women and three men, on suspicion of trafficking people into the UK fo...


Poland – Employment salary growth below expectations

17 September 2014

The Polish employment rate increased by +0.7% during August 2014, while salaries increased by +3.5%, compared with August 2013, according to figures released by Poland’s Central Statistics Office (GUS).The growth, however, failed to meet analysts’ expectations. Analysts had expected salary growth...