and the UK and have increased in Germany.
Looking at revenue by category, Staffing revenue declined by -4% to €2,563 million compared to €2,400.1 million, hit by a slower performance in Europe. Inhouse
recorded in June’s Index is unsurprising considering the current uncertainty of the wider economy,” said Alan Townsend, Vice President of Sales Readiness and Business Operations for Monster Europe.
was recorded in Austria (4.5%), the Netherlands (5.1%), Germany and Luxembourg (both 5.4%). The highest rate was seen in the troubled euro countries Spain (24.8%) and Greece (22.5% in April 2012).
in Germany and Italy.
“Geographically, developments continue to be diverse. Europe is weakening further. On the other hand, business in North America is accelerating, also driven by the IT Professional
”. This is expected to affect 5,000 listed companies in the EU. The quota does not apply to small and medium-sized firms and still faces a tough approval process in Brussels.
Head of ManpowerGroup Germany, Vera