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Hays Says FY Net Fees Rises, "Tougher" Current Trading In Germany, UK
Hays Reports Flat Qtrly LFL Net Fees Growth
Hays Plc's Consultant Headcount Was Down 1% In Quarter
Hays plc is a recruitment company. The Company's segments include Australia & New Zealand, Germany, United Kingdom and Ireland and Rest of World. It works on various specialisms including accountancy and finance, information technology, life sciences, construction and property and engineering, supporting the career development of candidates with temporary, contracting and permanent jobs. It works on one-off placements for small-to-medium enterprises and global multinationals, as well as contract-based recruitments for its clients. The Company has its operations in over 250 offices in 33 countries. It serves various sectors including, accountancy and finance, construction and property, engineering and manufacturing, human resources, office professionals, Education and Telecoms sector.
4th Fl, Regent's Place, 20 Triton Street
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Alistair R. Cox
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
Company Secretary, General Counsel
Senior Independent Director
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Hays Travel will buy all of Thomas Cook's <TCG.D> British travel agent shops, potentially saving up to 2,500 jobs and providing a rare boost for high streets across the country.
Hays Plc <HAYS.L> is seeing increasing signs of weakening business confidence in Germany and Britain, the recruiter said on Thursday, sending its shares down as much as 5% despite posting higher annual net fees.
Recruiter Hays Plc reported higher annual net fees on Thursday but said it was facing tougher trading conditions in its core markets such as Germany and Britain, with "increasing signs" of lower business confidence.
Recruiter Hays Plc <HAYS.L> saw no growth in net fees in the fourth quarter as weak hiring in Australia, New Zealand and Britain offset strong performance in its biggest market Germany.
Recruiter Hays posted quarterly net fee growth below market expectations on Tuesday, as its biggest market Germany was hit by slowing growth and a trade spat between Beijing and Washington.
British recruitment firm Hays Plc on Tuesday said comparable net fees rose 5 percent in the third quarter, helped by more hiring in its international and domestic markets.
Britain's staffing company Hays Plc <HAYS.L> said it had not seen any weakness in Germany's job market despite Europe's largest economy growing at the weakest rate in five years.
Staffing company Hays Plc reported an 8 percent rise in quarterly net fees, boosted by strong hiring in Germany, its biggest market.
Proxy voting adviser Pensions & Investment Research Consultants Limited (PIRC) has recommended shareholders reject the management remuneration reports for both Hays Plc and Smiths Group Plc, saying pay and bonuses for both firms chief executives were excessive.
Recruiting firm Hays Plc <HAYS.L> on Thursday reported a slower quarterly fee growth rate, hurt by a relatively stronger pound against other foreign currencies.
British recruiting firm Hays Plc on Thursday reported a slower quarterly growth rate in the fees it earned from placing employees, hurt by a relatively stronger pound against the Australian dollar and the euro.
British recruitment company Hays Plc <HAYS.L> on Thursday declared a special dividend and boosted its full-year dividend by 18 percent, as it reported higher annual profit thanks to stronger growth in Germany, Australia and the United Kingdom.
* UK and Ireland net fees up 2 pct (Adds shares, comments, CEO comments)
British recruitment company Hays Plc on Thursday declared a special dividend and boosted its full-year dividend by 18 percent, as it reported higher annual profit on the back of strong growth in Germany and Australia.
British recruitment company Hays Plc <HAYS.L> plans to raise returns to shareholders significantly after its fourth-quarter net fees beat market expectations on the back of double-figure growth in Germany and Australia.
British recruitment company Hays Plc expects full year profit to come in slightly above expectations and posted on Friday a 14 percent rise in net fees in the fourth quarter on more hiring in Germany and Australia.
British recruitment company Hays Plc <HAYS.L> on Thursday said net fees in the third quarter rose, helped by strong performance in Germany, its largest market.
British recruitment company Hays Plc on Thursday said net fees in the third quarter rose 9 percent, and trading conditions in the UK and Ireland remained subdued but broadly stable.
British construction sites are starting to see a labour shortage as Eastern Europeans, who have traditionally filled the bulk of on-site jobs, have stopped taking positions after Britain's decision to leave the EU, recruiter Hays said.
British recruiter Hays posted a 16 percent rise in first-half profit, helped by growth in its international business and cost controls in its domestic market, where hiring has been hit by uncertainty since Britain voted to leave the EU.
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