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
), and with optimism as to prospects for the New Year in a number of its key markets."
"Increased demand for temporary staff, particularly within Germany and the UK at the end of 2009 and in early 2010, has resulted
levels amongst the larger economies in Western Europe were in the UK (59%), France (55%), and Germany (51%). However many of the smaller countries bettered their larger neighbours, namely Switzerland (64
throughout France and in Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland and Poland. The Company's subsidiaries include DLSI Luxembourg SA, DLSI GmbH, SIL SAS, MS Interim, Arcadinter SAS and Arcinterim SAS, MB Services SAS
arrangements, and over-time work is used to handle workload peaks in more than two thirds of (68%) companies, in particularly in Germany, the Netherlands, the Nordic countries, Ireland, France and the UK. Fixed
operations, are 17% up on the same period in 2009 and net fee income is up 24% on the same period. These volume increases are driven largely by growth in temporary staffing revenues in the UK and Germany along
.7%) and The Netherlands (-0.8%). The highest annual rises were registered in Bulgaria (+10.4%), Romania (+9.6%), the Czech Republic (+6.4%), Finland (+6.2%), Germany (+4.8%), Spain and Portugal (both +4