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Wed, Apr 10 2019

BRIEF-Adecco Issues 7 Bln Yen Guaranteed Notes

* ADECCO GROUP SUCCESSFULLY ISSUED JPY 7 BILLION (APPROXIMATELY EUR 56 MILLION) OF 1.14% GUARANTEED NOTES DUE 12 APRIL 2039 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)

BRIEF-Adecco Completes Share Buyback Programme Of 150 Mln Eur

* ADECCO GROUP COMPLETES SHARE BUYBACK PROGRAMME OF EUR 150 MILLION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)

BRIEF-Adecco CFO says it becomes more difficult to improve margins

* CFO SAYS IT BECOMES MORE DIFFICULT TO IMPROVE MARGINS IN MORE CHALLENGING GROWTH ENVIRONMENT Further company coverage: (Reporting by Silke Koltrowitz)

UPDATE 2-Staffing firm Adecco sees hiring slowdown in Germany and France

* Shares fall as much as 6.7 percent (Adds CEO, analyst comments, shares)

UPDATE 2-Staffing firm Adecco sees hiring slowdown in Germany and France

* Shares fall as much as 6.7 percent (Adds CEO, analyst comments, shares)

Adecco sees hiring slow further after disappointing Q4

ZURICH, Feb 28 Adecco Group said hiring continued to slow at the start of this year after a goodwill impairment on its German business led the world's biggest staffing company to post a loss for the fourth quarter of 2018.

Inspections group SGS names de Daniel finance chief

ZURICH, Feb 6 Swiss inspections group SGS on Wednesday named former Adecco Group executive Dominik de Daniel as chief financial officer as of mid-February.

BRIEF-Adecco Group Appoints Teppo Paavola As Chief Digital Officer

* ADECCO GROUP APPOINTS TEPPO PAAVOLA AS CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER Further company coverage: (Reporting by Riham Alkousaa)

Adecco chief calls for life-long learning to dodge jobs 'time bomb'

ZURICH Companies should set up portable accounts to pay for life-long learning to help workers upgrade their skills and remain employable as robots take over more jobs, Adecco Group Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said. | Video

Adecco chief calls for life-long learning to dodge jobs "time bomb"

ZURICH Companies should set up portable accounts to pay for life-long learning to help workers upgrade their skills and remain employable as robots take over more jobs, Adecco Group Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said. As increasing automation eliminates many roles, government and the private sector should work together to fill skills gaps, while workers must become more flexible, the head of the world's largest staffing services company told Reuters in an interview.

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