%) 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
% of unemployed jobseekers found jobs through the sector while in France and Italy, 40% of people coming to temporary agency work were previously unemployed. In Germany, this figure was even higher at over 60% last
in the period.
The report indicates that the UK has seen a “systematic” fall in temporary job vacancies throughout 2011 and 2012, showing only a “minor” positive trend in 2012. In France and Germany
to the adjusted Q1 2009 EBITA margin of 2.5%.
In Q1 2010, the Adecco Group reported operating income of 100 million Euro. Operating income was 30 million Euro in Q1 2009.
In France, revenues increased by +6
that levels continue to outperform 2012 new job advertisement numbers.
JobIndex operates under the brand Jobsafari in a number of countries including Germany, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland
while markets in Australia and France deteriorated.
Net fees were down -1% organically to £360.3 million. But the firm saw net fees from temporary recruitment rise +4% to £212.3 million, compared to a -7
in the Netherlands worsened from -8% in Q1 to -10% in Q2. Belgium reported a less worse decline in revenue per working day from -6% in Q1 to -3% on Q2. In France, the decline remained stable at -7%.
%. The varying impacts of austerity and local economic circumstances are reflected in the unemployment rates among member countries across the EU; with 5.4% in Germany, 7.2% in Denmark, 11% in France, 11
. In September this year, France also advised that it was not in favour of Bulgaria and Romania joining the Schengen agreement.
The European Commission has published an overview about the work restrictions