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05 February 2010
The President of staffing agency DLSI, Raymond Doudot, believes that the nuclear energy sector in France and across Europe will be an important growth area for the temporary employment industry.
The agency has applied to the 'French Committee for the Certification of Companies who employ People who work with Radioactivity' (Cefri), in order to obtain certification for supplying temporary staff to the nuclear industry.
Doudot told Reuters news agency "we will be Cefri certified. The [nuclear] market is enormous. The certification will open new horizons for us."
Doudot is particularly interested in the Belgian market but would not comment on market size estimates.
On the subject of how well his agency is doing during the economic crisis, Doudot said "80% of our clients are small and medium-sized companies, which have been less hit by the crisis than large clients."
"Our policy is one of margin, not of size. We are never going to be like the big five in France", Doudot added alluding to Manpower, Randstad, Adecco, CRIT and Synergie.
DLSI has 66 offices in France, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Poland. The company predicts 2010 revenues of between 140 to 150 million Euro.