% in October 2011, with eased annual growth rates compared to August and September.
Germany continues to lead by rate of annual growth while The Netherlands join Belgium as one of the two countries to chart
In Germany & Austria, Q1 2011 revenues continued to develop very strongly increasing by +38% to 356 million Euro. Growth remained strongest in the industrial staffing business particularly automotive
. Adecco’s fourth-quarter revenue in France dropped by a sharp -17%.
In the Netherlands, staffing companies also reported a fall in revenue at the start of the year while new data from Germany this week
and permanent staff, covering countries such as the UK, Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark and Sweden. ManpowerGroup competed with 42 different companies to win the contract, which
are still in work after three years. In Germany, over 60% of temporary agency workers starting in 2011 were unemployed or had never worked before.
Ms Muntz said that “agency work needs good regulation