of them were found in the Euro countries.
The highest increases in employment were noted in Latvia, Luxembourg, Romania, Germany and the Czech Republic when compared to a year ago. Meanwhile the sharpest
the volume of its international work, including placements in India, Russia, France, Germany, South Africa and the US in the last three months, led by the London-based head of international business, Kenny
both increased by +6%. Gross profit from permanent recruitment for the quarter was +11% higher than the previous year, gross profit from contracting was +9% higher and, due to redundancy costs in Germany
currency, at USD 281.6 million.
Revenue derived from Northern Europe rose by +0.8% to USD 1.5 billion, in constant currency. On a constant currency basis, revenue grew in Germany (+3%), UK (+2%) and Belgium
’s European operations increased during the fourth quarter by +5% to €100.3 million, up from €95.5 million last year. Brunel Europe consists of operations in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech
-on-year basis strongly correlates with the year-on-year change in the number of unemployed people in the European Union (EU27).
In Germany, +37.8% more agency workers were employed in January 2011 compared