SYNERGIE reports strong improvement in turnover in Q1 2015
The same is true in Belgium (13.3%), the United Kingdom (17.7%) and Canada (27.1%), where the currency impact was positive. In France, turnover increased slightly to &euro202.7 million, with SYNERGIE seeking to preserve its profitability in a market where the number of temporary employees on assignment was near stable, according to PRISME.
However, a recovery is expected within the next few months in France, based on an increase in companies' hiring intentions (more than 1,700,000 hirings in 2015, up 2.3% from 2014, according to a survey by Pôle Emploi), which should primarily benefit temporary employment.
This performance demonstrates the pertinence of the strategic choices made by management and significant efforts made in fast-growing sectors, such as aerospace, renewable energy and specialised services businesses, combined with the Group's constant expansion inside and outside France.