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In April, Staffing Industry Analysts Europe has published a range of interesting and thought-provoking research. This will not only enhance your knowledge of the staffing market in Europe, but also keep you up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in the industry.
What are the top five staffing firms for every major staffing market? Find out in this report and also learn in which countries the market leaders are not Adecco, Randstad or ManpowerGroup.
Major markets that are covered in this research include the following: North America, Northern Europe, Southern Europe, the Nordic countries, Central & Eastern Europe, and Asia.
Visibility in Latin America and South Africa is very limited, however, this Insight does feature 26 staffing market which, together, represent more than 90% of global staffing industry sales.
Staffing firms and staffing buyers need to stay up to date as the legal landscape in Europe is constantly changing.
This report will cover major changes in employment law in a range of countries, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland and the UK.
What are the implications of the employment package the EU has recently announced? What impact will the new temporary employment act have in Austria? When do staffing firms need to register in the Dutch trade register?
The global staffing market in 2011 is valued at €291 billion (US$406 billion) with the US taking the lead as the world’s largest country for staffing services – but Europe is not far off, representing the largest region in this industry.
This exclusive report will tell you by how much revenue in the global staffing market grew in 2011 and give you estimates about revenue generated from temporary staffing services. Over 50 countries were measured in this analysis.
Which sectors fared well in the UK market last month, what are the trends and where do we see the strongest growth? Find out in this report.
Considering that Switzerland is a relatively small country, it has a significantly large staffing market. Adecco may dominate its domestic market but foreign firms are also very well represented, especially those providing an offering in professional staffing, permanent recruitment and executive search. The Swiss financial sector is one of the main drivers and we estimate that there were approximately 884 staffing firms operating in Switzerland in 2011.
The consolidation pattern of the Swiss market is distinctively different from the surrounding markets as it falls between the more fragmented German market and the more consolidated Italian one. There is a relatively high density of international firms in the Swiss Top 30, as 14 of these are headquarted outside Switzerland.
This briefing contains a list of data sources for Australia, covering academic resources, applicable government departments, laws and regulations, contingent workforce market data, trade associations and other organisations including supplier directories. The objective of this list is to help Contingent Workforce programme owners or Staffing Suppliers quickly identify sources of information related to contingent workers in a given country.
We have compiled a list of important links on the staffing market in Pakistan which will give you a better understanding of how the country operates in this industry. Unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled labour is available and there are a number of employment agencies in Pakistan, which mostly help citizens find work abroad. These have to be registered with the Bureau of Emigration & Overseas Employment follow the link for a full list of agencies (this works intermittently).
With the increased expansion of multi-national Managed Service Programs (MSPs), many corporations are faced with the challenge of expanding and distributing program management responsibilities to ensure an optimal balance between enterprise-wide standardization and accommodating the unique needs of each region or country.
This report, targeted at organizations that are either in the midst of or planning for a multi-national program rollout, describes the key components of a global governance team and outlines key steps needed to establish and maintain an effective multi-national governance structure.
We have made out a couple of key trends in this report on buyers management strategies, including the following:
The most popular current strategies are consolidating existing suppliers and putting together approved and tiered supplier lists.
VMS and MSP are more often used in North America (NA) than in Europe.
Buyers in Europe anticipate a median of four changes to the way they manage staffing suppliers.
Establishing a global management of the CW programme and incorporating it into the corporate workforce plan are the two most likely strategies to be considered within the next two years on both sides of the Atlantic.