Last month, the firm reported stronger than expected first-quarter results amounting to €5.03 billion although with slowing activity in its European market impacted in particular by France where
-on-quarter, the slowest increase in over two years. In France and the Netherlands employment remained flat while in the UK the number of people with a job rose by +0.7%.
Italy also registered an increase (+0
In August, the company’s second-quarter revenue increased marginally by +1% as business operations in Europe remained challenging, particularly in its largest single market France, with demand also slowing
In France and the Netherlands, third-quarter gross profit fell -9% at constant currency, while Spain and Italy saw a -22% decline year-on-year. In Germany, gross profit rose +6% when compared to the same time
.6 million in USG’s General Staffing segment, the firm’s largest source of income. In the Netherlands, the decline in sales was flat while in Belgium and France, further declines were posted. Spain and Poland