countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Denis Pennel, Eurociett Managing Director, commented "the agency work industry is recognised
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."
with workers often failing to fit the bill, Randstad said in a new report.
The report ‘Into the Gap’, launched yesterday in Brussels during a seminar at the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU
.4%), Luxembourg (5.2%), Germany and the Netherlands (both 5.4%). Debt-stricken Spain (25.8%) and Greece (25.1% in July 2012) posted the highest rates.
Eurostat, which provides the monthly statistics, said
%) showing marginal growth when compared to a year ago.
The Netherlands was worst off with job postings falling by -18% year-on-year. This was followed by France where the number of roles on offer decreased
and Luxembourg, with other branches located in France, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
“I’m looking forward to the challenge of establishing Badenoch & Clark in Germany as an expert in recruitment,” added Mr
of Whitehead Mann during the three months.
The performance in existing offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, United Arab Emirates, Switzerland, and the Netherlands were the primary contributors