the Company's major temporary placement markets; Australia, Germany and the UK. The Company highlighted new multi-specialism contract wins with a number of large corporates, such as Goodyear, JDSU, Reckitt
currency and adjusted for trading days) and reached €456 million. Permanent placement revenues fell -26% in constant currency.
In Germany & Austria, revenues declined -8% organically (-4% organically
agricultural income per worker fell in 21 Member States, remained nearly unchanged in two and rose in four. The largest decreases were found in Hungary (-32%), Luxembourg (-25%), Ireland (-24%), Germany
be launched to get labour markets back on track.
Specifically, she stressed the need to improve training measures, particularly for SMEs. In other words, in countries such as Germany, where short-term work
, "for the first time in 13 years, our revenue and net fee income reduced. In particular the trading conditions in the first half of the year in Germany, the UK and Japan, our three largest markets, were
The gross margin in Q2 2009 was down to 17.8% compared to 19.3% in the same period last year. The lower gross margin in the temporary staffing business, partly impacted by lower utilisation in Germany