.7%), Germany (6%) and Denmark (7.1%). On the other hand, a recent deterioration was noted in France and in the UK, while unemployment continued to rise substantially in some peripheral EU member states
”, were hit harshly by job cuts. The study shows that for instance in Spain “90% of employment losses affected temporary workers. But this happened also in France and other European countries.”
, showing a strong annual growth of +28% while Sweden, Belgium and France saw negative growth rates in February. Environment, architecture, urbanism and repair showed +19% annual growth and tops engineering
% 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%.
is constantly changing.
This report will cover major changes in employment law in a range of countries, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland and the UK.
" is derived as the total taxes paid by employees and employers net of cash transfers received divided by the employer's total payroll costs.
In 2010, Taxing Wages indicates that:
France, Belgium and Italy
of expansion across both sectors slowed in both Germany and France, dropping especially sharply in the former. Germany saw the weakest rate of growth in two years, while French growth was the slowest since
) for which data are available, the average collectively agreed entitlement is 25.4 days. Agreed annual leave entitlement in the EU15 varies from 30 days in Denmark and Germany to 25 days in Finland, France
;Within Europe, revenue growth in Germany & Austria remained double-digit in January 2012. Most other countries slowed further going into the new year," the company said.
However, revenues in France