, Germany and Sweden show a strong growth in labour demand. This trend is less pronounced in Latvia, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Netherlands, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Greece.
Growth in labour
, the Netherlands (and Norway) to 24.6 days in the UK and 24 in Ireland. In the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Slovakia and Romania, the average collectively agreed paid annual leave is 24.1 days.
might introduce a lower level of minimum pay for young people when they start their first jobs. Such a lower level minimum pay already exists in The Netherlands, where youth unemployment is extremely low."
of specialist staffing operations in The Netherlands.
Tony Martin, Chairman, commented "the board is delighted that Joost has accepted the post of Chief Executive. He brings a wealth of international
in Germany, Bocholter Borkener Volksblatt, has today reported that around 1,000 German temporary workers who commuted into the Netherlands for work have lost their jobs in December 2011. Hence these workers
importance. Furthermore, Alexander stipulated that in Hungary there are few part-time employees, for example, women working on a temporary basis represent only 7% of the labour market, while in the Netherlands