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Posted by Ralf on July 16th, 2016 — Posted in News


Employers want to set 2011 amplified shortage felt Frankfurt am Main in the first quarter, December 7, 2010. Applicants benefit from the continuing positive sentiment in the German labour market in the new year. The net employment Outlook that is adjusted for seasonal fluctuations are positive for the fifth time in a row and achieved respectable + 11 percent. Sets the net employment Outlook by 6 percentage points and compared to the previous quarter yet again by 4 percentage points compared to the previous year. It emerges from the labour market barometer published on Tuesday of the personnel service provider manpower for the first three months of the year 2011. The strongest values adjusted for seasonal influences listed regional in Frankfurt and in the finance and services sectors.

Employers in eight sectors covered by nine signal positive willingness. The labour market barometer shows that the German employers belong to the confident in Europe for over a year. This is also a good Indicator for the personal services sector, which has a remarkable share of the positive development. Not only because most of the new sites in the industry, but because we offer the flexibility and professionalism, need company and the location Germany”, interpreted Vera Calasan, the forecast, Chief Executive Officer of manpower Germany. The only way to secure recovery, permanently is that qualified staff to find”, so Calasan next. To meet the demand, a far-sighted strategic human resources planning should be initiated at an early stage”.

The manpower group of companies will therefore be targeted with services in human resources management support and also expand their specialist area. The next labour market barometer will be released on March 8, 2011 with the data for the second quarter of 2011. manpower is worldwide one of the leading personnel service provider. The company maintains a network of 4,000 offices in 82 countries. With the Manpower Germany 2009 generated a turnover of EUR 451 million temporary work and private recruitment, RPO and MSP activity fields. Nine subsidiaries, business units and joint ventures operate under the umbrella of manpower Germany. In Germany, the company operates over 200 branches and employs 20,000 temporary workers who are engaged in customer business.

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