arrangements, and over-time work is used to handle workload peaks in more than two thirds of (68%) companies, in particularly in Germany, the Netherlands, the Nordic countries, Ireland, France and the UK. Fixed
.7%) and The Netherlands (-0.8%). The highest annual rises were registered in Bulgaria (+10.4%), Romania (+9.6%), the Czech Republic (+6.4%), Finland (+6.2%), Germany (+4.8%), Spain and Portugal (both +4
in Belgium (+19.3%), and the Netherlands (+8%). The evolution of turnover shows continuous but slowing growth for the industry, mirroring the evolution in hours worked by agency workers.
In Q1 of 2011
Professionals in the Netherlands are ranked as being the happiest. 80% of professionals said they were 'happy' or 'very happy' with their current job.
Japanese professionals are ranked as being the least happy
Hunt (Canada), Interactif (Switzerland), Synergie Human Resources (the Netherlands) and Synergie Temporary Help (the Czech Republic), among others. The company will publish its annual results on 10 April
political debates regarding the implementation of the European Agency Work Directive currently discussed in Parliament, pointed to his home country, the Netherlands. There, he said, temporary workers get
% of respondents expect to hire at the managerial /professional level over the coming quarter compared to France (39%), Germany (22%) and the Netherlands (50%). The figure for the USA is 49%.