by staffing agency Randstad. Chinese employees feel this most strongly (73%), while Germany is at the other end of the spectrum with only 18%.
The consequence of this demographic shift, the so-called war
as well as in the newly established business in Germany.
In Asia Pacific, NFI was up by +28% from 19.5 million Pounds in Q2 2010 to 25.1 million Pounds in Q2 2011. In constant currency, Asia Pacific NFI
in Germany and France contrasted with renewed contractions in Italy and Spain.
Slower growth of output reflected a similar easing in the rate of expansion of incoming new business. June saw new orders rise
% 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