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Germany — Court ruling could cost temporary staffing agencies billions of Euro

9 December 2009

Monday's ruling by the labour court of Berlin to declare minimum wages negotiated by the 'Tariff Association of Christian Unions for Temporary Employment and Staffing Agency Services' (CGZP) as null and void will have a far-reaching impact for hundreds of employment agencies in Germany if the hig...


UK — 19 months high of temporary staffing placement index

9 December 2009

The latest monthly Report on Jobs produced by Markit Economics and sponsored by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG shows that the index of temporary staffing placements increased in November 2009 to a 19-month high of 56.1 from 52.4 in the previous month of this year. Th...


UK — Staffing firms dominate Fast Track 100

9 December 2009

Staffing firms take up a fifth of the places in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100, a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the UK based on sales. The successful companies all participate in the professional/executive half of the market with many operating in the IT and/or Telecoms staffi...


Spain — Male unemployment expected to rise by a further 407,000 by March 2010

9 December 2009

  The latest Labour Indicator Report (Indicador Laboral) for the third quarter of 2009 with projections for the first quarter of 2010 published by IESE Business School on behalf of Adecco Spain reveals that four out of five jobs lost over the last 12 months were occupied by men. There are now 1...


Europe — Mixed hiring sentiments in different countries

8 December 2009

  Manpower Inc. has today released its Global Employment Outlook Survey on the first quarter of 2010. Across Europe, hiring sentiments are mixed with employers in eight countries indicating modest improvements compared to three months ago. Employers in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Hungary, The...


Germany — Court ruling could have fatal results for temporary employment

8 December 2009

The labour court of Berlin has ruled on Monday that the minimum wage agreements negotiated by the 'Tariff Association of Christian Unions for Temporary Employment and Staffing Agency Services' (CGZP) are null and void because CGZP only represents a small section of the industries it has negotiate...


Germany — Court ruling could have fatal results for temporary employment

8 December 2009

  The labour court of Berlin has ruled on Monday that the minimum wage agreements negotiated by the 'Tariff Association of Christian Unions for Temporary Employment and Staffing Agency Services' (CGZP) are null and void because CGZP only represents a small section of the industries it has negoti...


UK — Rising salaries in information security indicate economic upturn

8 December 2009

  Acumin Consulting, the specialist recruitment firm for the Information Risk Management sector, has today announced the results of its quarterly Information Security Recruitment Index based on registered jobs and actual placements of information security recruitment specialists over the past th...


Europe — Monster Employment Index Europe Edges Up Slightly in November

8 December 2009

The latest Monster Employment Index Europe, which is a monthly analysis of millions of online job opportunities culled from a large representative selection of corporate career sites and job boards across Europe, has been published today. Online recruitment activity across Europe rose modestly b...


Europe — Mixed hiring sentiments in different countries

8 December 2009

Manpower Inc. has today released its Global Employment Outlook Survey on the first quarter of 2010. Across Europe, hiring sentiments are mixed with employers in eight countries indicating modest improvements compared to three months ago. Employers in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Hungary, The Net...