The Monster employment index for April 2012, published today, showed mixed results for three of the largest staffing markets in Europe: the UK, France, and the Netherlands.
In the UK there has been ... he Monster employment index for April 2012, published today, showed mixed results for three of the largest staffing markets in Europe: the UK, France, and the Netherlands.
of the Privacy Act and the Freedom of Association Act.
The company has thousands of construction workers on short-term contracts on its books and operates internationally in Britain, Denmark, the Netherlands
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.
staffing market and how her company has managed to outpace the market.
“Unlike in the UK and Netherlands, which are more mature flexible labour markets, in Germany the penetration rate is still around 2
-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