It is estimated that over one million temporary workers are sent abroad each year with Germany, France and Belgium representing the top destinations for such workers. The construction industry
provider of technology, information services and staffing services. The firm has offices in Europe across the UK, Belgium, France and Germany. Staffing services cover sectors such as IT and engineering
, revenue in this segment was down -8%. But the firm said revenue declines improved from previous quarters in Belgium and France.
In the Specialist Staffing division, revenue was down -13% to €209
, the Nordics, Russia and Hungary were highlighted as bright spots. The EMEA gross margin declined to 17.1% from 17.6% in Q1 2012 despite benefiting from a tax credit in France worth 60 basis points. EMEA
represented 53% of the division’s net fees, delivered strong organic net fee growth of +13%. In France, the company’s second largest division, net fees increased by +1% organically. A good performance against
to privatise the government's job centres but merely wishes to work together with them.
Fedett points out that this model already works in countries like France (see article above), Italy and Austria where