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%.
activity in July, with the sharpest drop seen in the Netherlands (-18%), followed by France (-10%), Belgium (-4%), the UK (-3%) and Italy (-1%).
“Germany remains the growth driver of online recruitment
was recorded in Austria (4.5%), the Netherlands (5.1%), Germany and Luxembourg (both 5.4%). The highest rate was seen in the troubled euro countries Spain (24.8%) and Greece (22.5% in April 2012).
, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Poland.
Overall across the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, fourth-quarter hiring expectations are positive in 13 of 24 countries with employment outlooks improving
Europe,” said Alan Townsend, Vice President of Sales Readiness and Business Operations for Monster Europe.
The online recruitment market showed particularly weak signs in the Netherlands and France. Here
contributed to increased confidence amongst manufacturers in Germany, France, the Netherlands and Ireland. Currency effects continue to support optimism in the UK manufacturing sector, which again registers