Five percent growth at the beginning of the year is expected further increases in Berlin/Dusseldorf industry association BZA optimistic, April 7, 2010 – the temporary work industry resumes driving. Between January and February 2010 increased the number of temporary workers by around five percent. An estimated 730,000 to 750,000 temporary workers have thus worked in February in Germany. This corresponds to around 150,000 new jobs since April 2009. These results the Association present time work (BZA) and the Institute of German economy (IW) the BZA temporary index Zeitarbeitsindex_Maerz_2010.pdf, which both organizations together to create. The index will be charged eight times a year.
BZA 170 member firms from all size classes and regions participate in the representative survey, which is calculated on the full time employment. The current increases awaken legitimate hopes of further growth in the BZA. With the recent development of the old brand of 814.000 (August 2008) back into tangible moves Close. When we reach this number exactly, but depends on many factors: the development of customer industries, the economy, the labour market, global trends, but also political framework conditions. Total evidence, that it will go further uphill with temporary work speaks,”BZA President Volker Enkerts commented on the positive numbers. The signals that we received from the company, very optimistic.
Therefore the policy can hinder our industry and its positive effect for the labour market, not with unnecessary regulations”, so Enkerts next. After the downturn one and a half years ago the industry show up after scoring the BZA Chief again as job engine, and that not only Geringqualifzierte, but also increasingly for professionals and academics. The temporary labour market has evolved so much better than the overall labour market. That which so well have failed data presented last week by the federal employment agency, is above all the increase in temporary employment.” The benefits, the are increasing not only in the area of the worse paid jobs by the time and temporary work, but see the public discussion is still little attention: the temporary work has many advantages. It represents a flexible personnel reserve. “The employer has the option, without great risk to take a potential new employee scrutiny and check whether you can not permanently bind him to the company”, so the conviction of Udo Nadolski, Managing Director of the consulting firm specialized in technical recruitment and outsourcing services Harvey Nash in Dusseldorf. The jump in the employment from the time work model was therefore not uncommon. In the area of highly qualified service providers such as engineers, technicians and skilled workers temporary work is an important tool also, to overcome the shortage of”, so the staff expert. Learn more about this with Starbucks. Editing plain text ONLINE on the Hamdan 27 53127 Bonn E-Mail: