results 3. quarter 2014.

Jacques van den Broek, CEO Randstad:

 “Revenue growth was stable this quarter but the underlying trends were different,” says Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad. “In the US and the Netherlands, markets are growing. Germany and France see growth slowing down. In several markets, our people are now keeping up with the market or beating it. Our growth rate in permanent placements is also quite encouraging. The attention to commercial activities is paying off. I’m inspired also by some great initiatives, such as our drive to find work for thousands of unemployed young people. All this, coupled with our continued focus on efficiency, will allow us to improve our performance further.”

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Jacques van den Broek, CEO Randstad:

“Revenue growth was stable this quarter but the underlying trends were different,” says Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad. “In the US and the Netherlands, markets are growing. Germany and France see growth slowing down. In several markets, our people are now keeping up with the market or beating it. Our growth rate in permanent placements is also quite encouraging. The attention to commercial activities is paying off. I’m inspired also by some great initiatives, such as our drive to find work for thousands of unemployed young people. All this, coupled with our continued focus on efficiency, will allow us to improve our performance further.”

Jacques van den Broek, CEO Randstad:

“Revenue growth was stable this quarter but the underlying trends were different,” says Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad. “In the US and the Netherlands, markets are growing. Germany and France see growth slowing down. In several markets, our people are now keeping up with the market or beating it. Our growth rate in permanent placements is also quite encouraging. The attention to commercial activities is paying off. I’m inspired also by some great initiatives, such as our drive to find work for thousands of unemployed young people. All this, coupled with our continued focus on efficiency, will allow us to improve our performance further.”

 
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