performance in Chile and stable trading in the UK.”
But in Germany the firm encountered exceptional costs due to a restructuring process, resulting in lower full-year profits. However, “the business now has
and a provision of 21 million Euro in Germany in connection with the CGZP/AMP case. The remaining 1 million Euro related to minor reorganisations in various countries. In addition to the underlying expenses
that levels continue to outperform 2012 new job advertisement numbers.
JobIndex operates under the brand Jobsafari in a number of countries including Germany, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland
reached record levels as sales grew +0.2% to €1.4 billion. The firm wants to increase sales by +7% in the next two years to €1.55 billion. It said that countries such as Germany, the Netherlands and Canada
of EU country to work in, in 2014, 26% of Romanians opted for the UK, 25% for Italy 18% for Germany, 12% for Spain and 19% for other EU States. Whereas 31% of Bulgarians favoured Germany, 24% the UK, 12
%. The varying impacts of austerity and local economic circumstances are reflected in the unemployment rates among member countries across the EU; with 5.4% in Germany, 7.2% in Denmark, 11% in France, 11
, revenue fell organically by -1% to €647.9 million, down from €660.4 million last year. Revenue from the Netherlands accounted for 16% of total company revenue during Q1.
Germany reported organic revenue