in the Netherlands this week found that sickness absence among temporary agency workers has been on the rise because of uncertain economic conditions. Dutch short-term workers took 8.5 days of sick leave in 2012
reached record levels as sales grew +0.2% to €1.4 billion. The firm wants to increase sales by +7% in the next two years to €1.55 billion. It said that countries such as Germany, the Netherlands and Canada
The collaboration between SIA and Ius Laboris will consist of legal, legislative, and regulatory monitoring at the EU level and within sixteen Western Europe markets, including: France, Germany, the Netherlands
François Roux from PRISME said that other European countries already allow staffing firms to offer permanent contracts. In the Netherlands, he said, between 5 to 7% of agency workers are on permanent
for the three months ahead.
Hiring activities are expected to be high in Brazil, Taiwan, Turkey and India. The weakest outlooks were found in Europe, especially in Italy, Spain, Greece and the Netherlands
still fragile, is recovering at a faster pace than previously envisaged. The updated projections include France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The seven countries
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