-digit LFL net fee income growth include Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, and Spain.
In North America, Canada delivered LFL growth of 1% with the US, excluding the acquisition of Veredus, reported net fee
.9%), and Spain (57.3%).
The Netherlands had the lowest number of underemployed workers in their labour market, with just 4% wanting more hours. They were followed by Luxembourg (10.5%), Denmark (10.7%), Estonia
.9 million, compared with £20.9 million a year ago.
Business in the Netherlands enjoyed a very strong first half across both permanent and contract recruitment whilst both Spain and Ireland continued to grow
work is not over. Germany in the long term looks good and the UK performing better than expected… in the Netherlands growth has been gone for two years but it’s getting better.”
A high number of smaller
) and the Netherlands score consistently well and the UK sits comfortably mid-table or above on most indicators. However, there are some economies in Southern and Eastern Europe, such as Spain, Italy and Greece, where
% in constant currency, with Michael Page up 10% ahead of Page Personnel which increased by 2%. In Germany gross profit growth increased to 17% in constant currency, up from 14% in Q4 2014.
and the Netherlands.
“Across most European markets we are seeing a slowdown in recruitment activity, which is mirrored in the September Index for France. Considering the present instability of the Eurozone ... and the Netherlands.