” due to good economic growth, the report says, although the country is seeing both employment and unemployment rising. Even in neighbouring Germany, the outlook is dampened as consumer confidence
and Germany where less than 2% where employed in the sector. However, in Romania this figure was much higher at 29%, followed by Poland (13%) and Greece (12%).
For industry, the proportions varied widely from
returned to revenue growth.
Revenue in the Specialist Staffing unit fell by -14% to €237.6 million in the quarter with the revenue decline slowing in the Netherlands but accelerate in Belgium. In Germany
performance in Germany and its accountancy/finance, construction, IT, and engineering sectors. Gross profit was flat in the rest of the division, primarily a permanent recruitment business, as trading remained
countries including the four largest staffing markets UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands. Gross margin was down -15% in constant currency compared with the first quarter of 2012. The UK showed signs