as much as their full-time counterparts."
The research report highlights the 'Equal Pay' concept practised in France and also mentions that in The Netherlands temporary employees have the right of equal
differences among the individual member states.
The current economic situation is assessed as very favourable in Germany and Austria. In Belgium, Slovakia, Finland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg the situation
Expat Economics, the first report from the 2010 study, found that the UK, Belgium, Spain, France, Germany and The Netherlands were the worst performing locations when it came to overall wealth, with lower
Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom) and two candidate
is the only country to exhibit strong annual growth of +30%, followed by improvement in the UK, which records +8% growth.
Other countries tracked by the Index, including Belgium, France, Italy, Netherlands