-on-year. This rise was helped by a +26% increase in net fees in the company’s largest division, Continental Europe & Rest of World. Germany had another record performance, showing +36% growth, but, similar
margin reached 2.9%.
In Germany, revenue grew +3% organically to €493.7 million from €479.6 million in 2010, or 8% per working day. The gradual slowdown in staffing and inhouse business was partly offset
% in Ireland but by only half as much in Spain. Moreover, although Germany suffered an output drop of about 7%, the unemployment rate actually decreased during its recession.
Overall, the analysis predicts
the number of temps at work is ahead of the number of last year. In Europe, Germany and our combined UK staffing and in-house businesses keep improving, whilst our businesses in Poland, Portugal, Denmark
15% of the 7,500 European workers surveyed in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Switzerland and the UK say the last time they took a day off from work as sick
to February's series record peak. Employment rose in almost all of the major industrial regions covered by the survey, the main exception being India. Rates of jobs growth were highest in the US and Germany
Germany's labour minister. As Europe's population is ageing, women are crucial to meeting the Europe 2020 employment target of 75%. Joint efforts by political parties, governments and businesses are needed