was of little or no value.
Based on a survey of almost 4,000 employees in larger companies in 14 countries, including the US, UK, Germany and China, the report examines employee attitudes to their jobs
effective at providing financial metrics. Meanwhile, Germany, France, Italy, Benelux and Scandinavia were above the global average (32%) in terms of providing career goals and linking these to financial
remains on track."
"In Europe the gradual slowdown, as witnessed in the third quarter, continued. France and Germany did relatively well, while in Southern Europe the slowdown was more pronounced
:LSE) in a trading update this morning.
The company cited international business as a major factor for the growth as this generated 74% of the group's NFI. France and Germany have seen particularly strong growth