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The Employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services. It provides a timely review of economic, labour and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a detailed focus on the most ...

The Employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services. It provides a timely review of economic, labour and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a detailed focus on the most recent data regarding mass layoffs and restructuring. The report is compiled utilising publicly available data from official, private and not-for-profit organisations. published on a quarterly basis, the employment Restructuring Report is available in separate editions for the United States and the European Union.

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    • employment restructuring report e u r o p e a n u n i o n e d i t i o n 2013 2
    • contents graphs DISCLAIMER: This information is provided with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be correct or complete and conclusions drawn from such information are the sole responsibility of the user. Attempts have been made to ensure that this data or documentation is accurate and reliable; Kelly Services does not assume liability for any damages caused by inaccuracies in this data or documentation. Kelly Services makes no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, completeness, or utility of this information, nor does the fact of distribution constitute a warranty. 2 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Summary p/3 01 EU labour market trends p/4 02 EU member state labour trends p/6 03 Most heavily impacted sectors p/9 04 European labour market outlook p/12 05 Major job layoffs announced in Europe p/13 06 Major job creations announced in Europe p/21 About this report p/25 Total reported European job losses and gains resulting from restructuring P/5 Total reported European job losses by country P/7 Total reported European job gains by country P/8 Total reported European job losses by sector P/10 Production index in the construction sector P/11 METHODOLOGY NOTES: The Employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services using publicly available data from official, private and non-profit organisations. It aims to provide a summary of the leading factors contributing to labour and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a special focus on up-to-date layoff and job creation statistics.
    • summary home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report ➔ The labour market across the EU has trended lower amid continued economic problems in the major economies and renewed efforts to curtail business costs through job layoffs. The news has been pretty sobering as all the leading economies experience flat or negative growth, and generally worsening unemployment. 3 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 There have been just a few bright spots. Perhaps most surprising is the bounce in some areas of manufacturing, including automotive and aeronautical. Across the board, conditions in the EU economy and labour market have been weak. GDP in the EU fell by 0.1% in the first quarter of 2013, following a 0.5% fall in the previous quarter. Year-on-year GDP is down by 0.7% in the EU. Across the region, annual GDP is down 0.6% in Germany, 0.4% in France, 2.0% in Spain, 2.3% in Italy, and 5.3% in Greece. Only in the UK has GDP seen an annual increase of 0.6%. The unemployment rate in the EU stands at 10.9% and in the euro area at 12.1%. The unemployment rate in the EU is forecast to rise further during 2013 to above 11%. The varying impacts of austerity and local economic circumstances are reflected in the unemployment rates among member countries in the EU – 5.4% in Germany, 7.2% in Denmark, 11% in France, 11.5% in Italy and Cyprus, and close to 27% in Greece and Spain. The tough economic conditions in the EU still have some way to run. There is no sign of a turnaround this year. Economic growth is being maintained in the US under its ongoing monetary stimulus program, while the Japanese economy is emerging from a decade-long slumber. The global economy remains significantly unbalanced – the US is experiencing positive recovery while the EU is stuck in a rut. China’s output is strong but shows signs of softening, while Japan’s efforts to re-inflate remain a work-in-progress. Economic growth is being maintained in the US under its ongoing monetary stimulus program, while the Japanese economy is emerging from a decade-long slumber.
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report ➔ The labour market remained in a parlous state in the early part of 2013 as significant numbers of jobs were lost due to layoffs, and creation of new positions was weak. There were just over 100,000 announced job losses in the March quarter – a level that has been largely consistent over the past three quarters and about 15,000 more than a year earlier. 01eu labour market trends 4 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Job gains totalled slightly more than 34,000, leaving a net loss of some 66,000 positions, one of the widest gaps in recent years. The worrying sign is that job creation seems stuck in a declining trend, reflecting the lack of business confidence in any near-term recovery. Putting this in perspective, new hirings reached a peak of some 180,000 a quarter prior to the global economic crisis. Immediately following the worst of the economic recession, new hirings slumped to just 20,000 a quarter. Now, some four years later, hiring activity is still just 34,000 in the March quarter.
    • total reported european job losses and gains resulting from restructuring (Q3 2006 to Q1 2013) home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report Source: European Restructuring Monitor (ERM), European Monitoring Centre on Change 5 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 0 50000 2013/Q12012/Q42012/Q32012/Q22012/Q12011/Q42011/Q32011/Q22011/Q12010/Q42010/Q32010/Q22010/Q12009/Q42009/Q32009/Q22009/Q12008/Q42008/Q32008/Q22008/Q12007/Q42007/Q32007/Q22007/Q12006/Q42006/Q3 C L C L 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 C L 2011/Q4 2012/Q1 2012/Q2 2012/Q3 2012/Q4 2013/Q1 2011/Q3 2011/Q2 2011/Q1 2010/Q4 2010/Q3 2010/Q2 2010/Q1 2009/Q4 2009/Q3 2009/Q2 2009/Q1 2008/Q4 2008/Q3 2008/Q2 2008/Q1 2007/Q4 2007/Q3 2007/Q2 2007/Q1 2006/Q4 2006/Q3 Loss Creation The worrying sign is that job creation seems stuck in a declining trend, reflecting the lack of business confidence in any near-term recovery.
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report ➔ The pain of job losses was spread across the biggest economies in the EU bloc – 15,076 in France, 14,029 in Germany, 13,288 in Spain, 12,143 in the UK, 8,570 in Italy, and 7,625 in the Netherlands. In France, almost half of the total losses were accounted for by car maker Renault, which announced plans for 7,500 job cuts by 2016. 02eu member state labour trends 6 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 The latest regional snapshot across the EU by Eurostat makes for a fascinating economic jigsaw. Jobless rates vary from a low of 2.5% in parts of Austria to 38% in parts of Spain. Unemployment rates for young people range from 4% to 72%. In almost one-fifth of the regions, half of the unemployed had been out of work for more than a year. The largest cases of job creation were in France, UK and Germany. France will see approximately 8,500 new positions, with a large share – approximately 2,000 – made up of hirings by the public sector employment service, Pole Emploi. In Germany, the auto sector will benefit from 1,500 new jobs created at Audi by the end of the year. Elsewhere in Europe, there were sizeable reductions in employment in a number of financial institutions, including Commerzbank in Germany, and Rabobank in the Netherlands. In Spain, which is already suffering under a 27% unemployment rate, there were almost 6,000 jobs lost in the financial and business services sectors.
    • total reported european job losses by country (Q2 2012 to Q1 2013) home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 7 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Source: European Restructuring Monitor (ERM), European Monitoring Centre on Change 0 5000 SlovakiaBulgariaAustriaPortugalSloveniaCzech RepublicIrelandDenmankCyprusFinlandRomaniaGreeceSwedenBelgiumPolandNetherlandsItalyUnited KingdomSpainGermanyFrance 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 Q Q4 2012Q3 2012Q2 2012 Q1 2013 Slovakia Bulgaria Austria Portugal Slovenia CzechRepublic Ireland Denmark Cyprus Finland Romania Greece Sweden Belgium Poland Netherlands Italy UnitedKingdom Spain Germany France In France, almost half of the total losses were accounted for by car maker Renault, which announced plans for 7,500 job cuts by 2016.
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report total reported European job gains by country (Q2 2012 to Q1 2013) 8 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 0 HungarySlovakiaBulgariaBelgiumAustriaIrelandCzech RepublicRomaniaPolandItalyGermanyUnited KingdomFrance 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Q Q Q Q Hungary Slovakia Bulgaria Belgium Austria Ireland CzechRepublic Romania Poland Italy Germany UnitedKingdom France Q4 2012Q3 2012Q2 2012 Q1 2013 Source: European Restructuring Monitor (ERM), European Monitoring Centre on Change The latest regional snapshot across the EU by Eurostat makes for a fascinating economic jigsaw. Jobless rates vary from a low of 2.5% in parts of Austria to 38% in parts of Spain.
    • 03most heavily impacted sectors home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report ➔ The major casualties by industry sector were automotive, administrative and support services, and financial services. The Renault retrenchments in France was the biggest single case of layoffs, but there was good news in the manufacturing sector to offset this. The ERM reports an upturn in auto and aircraft manufacturing activity, due 9 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 in part to an expansion into the Asian market. Aircraft manufacturer Airbus has seen an increase in demand from China, the Asia Pacific and the Middle East, and will add about 1,800 positions during 2013. Around half will be in France. There is also brighter news in auto manufacturing out of Germany, where Audi is expanding and where BMW is recruiting ahead of production of its new minivan. Jaguar Land Rover in the UK is seeing an increase in sales – the highest ever in March 2013 – fuelled by demand from China. It is recruiting about 700 positions for its new plant in the Midlands. But while one sector is up, another is down. The construction sector is going through a wretched patch, with all areas of construction feeling the pinch from cutbacks in government- funded infrastructure projects and weak private- sector investment. Construction across both civil engineering and building construction has never really recovered from the global economic downturn and is down 7% over the last year across the EU. Over the year, construction activity was down 11% in Germany, 7.5% in France and 5.6% in the UK. It was up 16% in Spain and 10% in Hungary.
    • total reported european job losses by sector (Q1 2013) home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report Source: European Restructuring Monitor (ERM), European Monitoring Centre on Change 10 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 0 5000 10000 Arts/EntertainmentHotels/restaurantsHealth /social workMiningPublic administration & defenceConstructionTransport /storageUtilitiesAdministrationInformation/communicationRetailFinancial servicesManufacturing 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 Arts/entertainment Hotels/restaurants Health/socialwork Mining Publicadministration &defence Construction Transport/storage Utilities Administration Information/ communication Retail Financialservices Manufacturing 37,845 27,083 8,030 6,786 6,143 4,625 3,909 2,451 2,055 800 385 140 137 Construction across both civil engineering and building construction has never really recovered from the global economic downturn and is down 7% over the last year across the EU.
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report Production index in the construction sector 11 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 85 105 100 95 90 2010=100 110 115 120 125 03-2004 06-2004 09-2004 12-2004 03-2005 06-2005 09-2005 12-2005 03-2006 06-2006 09-2006 12-2006 03-2007 06-2007 09-2007 12-2007 03-2008 06-2008 09-2008 12-2008 03-2009 06-2009 09-2009 12-2009 03-2010 06-2010 09-2010 12-2010 03-2011 06-2011 09-2011 12-2011 03-2012 06-2012 09-2012 12-2012 03-2013 Euro area, seasonally adjusted series EU27, seasonally adjusted series Source: Eurostat Over the year, construction activity is down 11% in Germany, 7.5% in France and 5.6% in the UK. It is up 16% in Spain and 10% in Hungary.
    • ➔ Labour conditions in the EU are forecast to remain difficult for coming months, with no immediate prospects of a rebound in economic activity that would stimulate hiring. The major economies are facing a period of incremental emergence into positive growth, while wrestling with the process of structural adjustment and spending restraint. The de-coupling of Europe from the recovery in the US is now stark, while within the EU, the contrast between the economy of Germany and those of the Mediterranean is equally troubling. The US recovery is certainly not eye-catching, but it is quite broadly based, and there are now firm signs that the Federal Reserve is thinking of withdrawing its monetary stimulus which has underpinned the upswing. The Fed has signalled that an unemployment rate of 6.5% is the level at which it would likely end its quantitative easing program. Currently the rate is 7.5%. At the same time Japan is beginning to make a positive contribution to global growth as a result of the monetary expansion being unleashed there. The OECD predicts that the G7 group of big economies will grow at an annual rate of about 2% in the second half of 2013. The OECD is also predicting that the combined economies of Germany, France and Italy will grow at an annual rate of 1% in the second half of this year. That is a pretty sobering outlook for the region’s three big economies, and even if realized, it still means subdued activity and higher unemployment. On the positive side, the actions to avoid the fiscal cliff in the US and the European Central Bank’s measures to 04european labour market outlook home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 12 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 prevent a sovereign debt crisis or banking default have been successful, to date, in preventing a new flash point. There is more optimism in financial markets across the board, and business confidence, in the US in particular, is stronger, judging by forward indicators of investment intentions. The hard reality is that the main stimulus to global economic activity for the immediate future will come from the US, China and possibly Japan. Europe will be sitting on the sidelines as this phase of the recovery unfolds.
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 05major job layoffs announced in europe JAN to MAR 2013 ORF Austria 250 Information/communication January Pago Austria 110 Manufacturing February Sport Eybl & Sports Experts Austria 250 Retail January ArcelorMittal Belgium 1,300 Manufacturing January Caterpillar Belgium Belgium 1,400 Manufacturing February Crown Speciality Packaging Belgium 102 Manufacturing February Dow Corning Belgium 70 Manufacturing January Duferco Belgium 380 Manufacturing March Electrabel Belgium 245 Utilities January ING Belgium 1,000 Financial services February Kortrijk City Council Belgium 104 Public administration and defence March Plastic Omnium Belgium 122 Manufacturing March Saint-Gobain Sekurit Auvelais Belgium 263 Manufacturing March Verbillen Poultry Group Belgium 450 Manufacturing February ZF Wind Power Belgium 135 Manufacturing February VMZ Sopot Bulgaria 600 Manufacturing January Bank of Cyprus Cyprus 229 Financial services February Orphanides Supermarkets Cyprus 1,600 Retail January Ceská Sporitelna (CS) Czech Republic 600 Financial services March Panasonic Czech Republic 125 Manufacturing February Snežka Náchod Czech Republic 150 Manufacturing February Vodafone Czech Republic 218 Information/communication January Build-a-Bear Workshop Denmark 150 Retail March DSB Denmark 109 Transportation/storage February Jutland Meat Denmark 230 Manufacturing February KMD Denmark 100 Information/communication January LEGO Denmark 380 Manufacturing February LM Wind Power Denmark 135 Manufacturing January Telenor Denmark Denmark 288 Information/communication March Thorøs Industri og Skadeservice Denmark 300 Administrative services January Danske Bank Finland 170 Financial services March 13 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 05 Eniro Sentraali Finland 50 Administrative services   Finnair Finland 310 Transportation/storage March Finnsteve Finland 90 Transportation/storage February Fortaco Finland 122 Manufacturing January HKScan Finland 123 Manufacturing March Kotkamills Finland 50 Manufacturing February Marimekko Finland 60 Manufacturing March Neste Shipping Finland 124 Transportation/storage January SOK Finland 270 Retail March Suomen Kiitoautot Finland 50 Transportation/storage January TeliaSonera Finland 305 Information/communication January Tellabs Finland 63 Manufacturing February UPM Finland 90 Manufacturing January Barclays France France 305 Financial services February Bosch France 117 Manufacturing February Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) France 235 Manufacturing February Buro+ France 109 Retail February Carlson Wagonlit Travel France France 194 Administrative services January Clestra France 108 Construction January Contralco France 226 Manufacturing January Coop Alsace France 210 Retail February Danone France 236 Manufacturing February Game France 401 Retail January GE Energy France 115 Manufacturing February GL Bijoux France 269 Manufacturing March Goodyear France 1,173 Manufacturing January Gras Savoye France France 291 Financial services March Green Sofa Dunkerque France 115 Manufacturing January Hewlett-Packard France 300 Information/communication January Manufacture française du cycle France 79 Manufacturing March Papeteries de Condat France 144 Manufacturing March job layoffs 14 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 05 Parisot Mattaincourt France 120 Manufacturing January Pixmania France 150 Retail   Renault France 7,500 Manufacturing January SCA France 162 Manufacturing February Sofedit France 190 Manufacturing February Stracel France 120 Manufacturing January Transcom Worldwide France France 407 Administrative services March TRW France France 148 Manufacturing March Unilever France France 152 Manufacturing March Veolia Water France France 1,500 Utilities March Air Berlin Germany 900 Transportation/storage January Allianz Bank Germany 450 Financial services January Augsburg Airways Germany 360 Transportation/storage March BARD Germany 120 Manufacturing February Benteler Germany 500 Manufacturing January Bosch Thermotechnik Germany 214 Manufacturing February Commerzbank Germany 3,400 Financial services January Cornelsen Germany 200 Information/communication March Daimler Trucks Germany 800 Manufacturing January Deutsche Telekom Germany 1,200 Information/communication January Drahtcord Saarsteel Germany 100 Manufacturing February Eurohypo Germany 350 Financial services January Fehrer Germany 620 Manufacturing March Heraeus Germany 260 Manufacturing March HP Pelzer Germany 103 Manufacturing March Huber Packaging Germany 115 Manufacturing February Hülsta Germany 180 Manufacturing March HypoVereinsbank Germany 800 Financial services March Loewe Germany 180 Manufacturing February Lufthansa Technik Germany 650 Transportation/storage January Moco JA Molfenter Germany 120 Manufacturing January job layoffs 15 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • 05 home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report Recticel Automotive Germany 150 Manufacturing January Rheinmetall Germany 100 Manufacturing March Snow Dome Germany 137 Arts/entertainment February Treofan Germany 90 Manufacturing March TRW Automotive Germany 300 Manufacturing March Unilever Germany 110 Manufacturing March Vattenfall Germany 1,500 Utilities March WAZ-Gruppe Germany 200 Information/communication March Westfälische Rundschau Germany 120 Information/communication January Hellenic Postbank Greece 600 Financial services January Heracles Cement Greece 236 Manufacturing March National Bank of Greece Greece 2,000 Financial services February City Council Budapest Hungary 100 Public administration and defence February Magyar Alumínium Termelo és Kereskedelmi (Mal) Hungary 200 Mining/quarrying February Abbott Laboratories Ireland 200 Manufacturing February EBS Ireland 200 Financial services January HMV Ireland 300 Retail February Liberty Mutual Insurance Ireland 425 Financial services March A2A Italy 400 Utilities March Aprilia Italy 136 Manufacturing January Autogrill Italy 140 Hotel/restaurants January Barclays Italy 237 Financial services March Best Italy 125 Manufacturing January Bracco Italy 147 Manufacturing February Burani Italy 132 Manufacturing February Cartiera Burgo Italy 188 Manufacturing January Electrolux Italy 532 Manufacturing February Groundcare Italy 220 Transportation/storage January Holcim Italy 180 Manufacturing January Kme Italy 0 Manufacturing January Natuzzi Italy 1,300 Manufacturing January job layoffs 16 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • 05 home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report Nidec-ASI Italy 150 Manufacturing February RCS Mediagroup Italy 600 Information/communication February Steelmec Italy 180 Manufacturing March Telecom Italia Italy 500 Information/communication February Unipol Italy 2,200 Financial services January United Colours of Benetton Italy 228 Manufacturing February Vodafone Italia Italy 700 Information/communication March Swedwood Kazlu Ruda Lithuania 107 Manufacturing February Clearstream Luxembourg 100 Financial services February RBC Luxembourg 219 Financial services February Baxter Malta 97 Manufacturing March Ciccolella Holding International BV Netherlands 300 Retail February Etam Netherlands 140 Retail January Kamer van Koophandel Netherlands 735 Administrative services February Korein Netherlands 185 Health/social work March Nuon Netherlands 500 Utilities March NXP Netherlands 150 Manufacturing January Oad Group Netherlands 170 Administrative services March Océ Netherlands 300 Manufacturing March Rabobank Netherlands 3,000 Financial services February RBS Netherlands 500 Financial services January Ruwaard van Putten Hospital Netherlands 155 Health/social work March Schoenenreus Netherlands 500 Retail January Tata Steel Ijmuiden Netherlands 240 Manufacturing March Thermphos Netherlands 450 Manufacturing January Univé Netherlands 300 Financial services February Notabene Norway 200 Retail January Bumar Poland 100 Manufacturing January Ekomelbud Poland 151 Construction March Esser Polska Poland 116 Manufacturing February Fabryka Maszyn i Urzadzen FAMAK Poland 160 Manufacturing February job layoffs 17 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • 05 home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report Huta Małapanew Poland 200 Manufacturing February Open Finance Poland 270 Financial services March Orange Customer Service Poland 540 Administrative services January Philips Lighting Poland Poland 264 Manufacturing January Polimex Mostostal Poland 900 Construction January PZU Poland 630 Financial services February Sharp Manufacturing Poland Poland 211 Manufacturing February Sobet Poland 200 Construction February Stocznia Gdansk Poland 150 Manufacturing March Sumitomo Electric Bordnetze Polska Poland 200 Manufacturing February Telekomunikacja Polska Poland 1,700 Information/communication February Barclays Portugal 300 Financial services February Cimpor Portugal 150 Manufacturing February Metropolitano de Lisboa Portugal 180 Transportation/storage January Peugeot-Citroën Portugal 350 Manufacturing February Cargill Romania Romania 266 Manufacturing February Mechel Otelu Rosu Romania 420 Manufacturing March Mechel Targoviste Romania 512 Manufacturing March Oltchim Ramnicu Valcea Romania 1,020 Manufacturing March Somes Dej Romania 170 Manufacturing February Tarom Romania 166 Transportation/storage March UCM Resita Romania 250 Manufacturing March AU Optronics Slovakia 530 Manufacturing January Boxmark Leather Slovenia 160 Manufacturing February Cestno podjetje Ljubljana (CPL) Slovenia 250 Construction February Mariborske livarne Maribor Slovenia 100 Manufacturing February Pekarna Blatnik Slovenia 100 Manufacturing February Slovenske železnice Slovenia 450 Transportation/storage January ABC Punto Radio Spain 136 Information/communication January Amper Programas Spain 86 Manufacturing March Banco de Valencia Spain 890 Financial services January job layoffs 18 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • 05 home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report job layoffs 19 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Barclays Spain 1,100 Financial services February BMN Banco Mare Nostrum Spain 867 Financial services January CaixaBank Spain 2,600 Financial services February Caja España-Duero Spain 1,502 Financial services January Caser Spain 288 Financial services February Cemex Spain 156 Manufacturing January FCC Spain 842 Construction March Ibercaja Spain 275 Financial services March Novagalicia Banco Spain 930 Financial services January Orizonia Spain 2,347 Administrative services February Roca Sanitario Spain 486 Manufacturing January Vodafone Spain 620 Information/communication January Aleris Sweden 45 Health/social work January Apoteket Produktion & Laboratorier Sweden 75 Manufacturing February Arla Foods Sweden 130 Manufacturing March BE Group Sweden 75 Retail January Dagens Nyheter Sweden 80 Information/communication March Duni Sweden 110 Manufacturing February Holmen Paper Sweden 180 Manufacturing March Infratek Sverige Sweden 80 Utilities January Kronfågel Sweden 62 Manufacturing March Pågen Sweden 100 Manufacturing January Pergo Sweden 150 Manufacturing January Scana Steel Björneborg Sweden 28 Manufacturing January Stora Enso Sweden 300 Manufacturing February Trioplast Sweden 60 Manufacturing January Uniflex Sweden 300 Administrative services March Usports Sweden 140 Retail March Vattenfall Sweden 400 Utilities March Volvo Cars Sweden 750 Manufacturing February 2e2 United Kingdom 977 Information/communication February Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • 05job layoffs 20 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Axminster Carpets United Kingdom 300 Retail March Blackpool Council United Kingdom 300 Public administration and defence January Blockbuster United Kingdom 800 Administrative services February Bosal United Kingdom 116 Manufacturing March Cheshire East Council United Kingdom 1,000 Public administration and defence February Doncaster Council United Kingdom 308 Public administration and defence February Ethel Austin United Kingdom 215 Retail   Flybe United Kingdom 300 Transportation/storage January HMV United Kingdom 1,500 Retail January HomeServe United Kingdom 300 Financial services March Honda United Kingdom 800 Manufacturing January Jessops United Kingdom 1,370 Retail January Jeyes United Kingdom 110 Manufacturing March Moy Park United Kingdom 300 Manufacturing March National Australia Bank (NAB) United Kingdom 130 Financial services March Quinton Hazell United Kingdom 196 Manufacturing February Serco United Kingdom 300 Administrative services March Sogefi Filtration United Kingdom 190 Manufacturing February Southampton City Council United Kingdom 243 Public administration and defence February UK Coal Mine Holdings United Kingdom 600 Mining/quarrying March Vion United Kingdom 1,700 Manufacturing January Wyndeham United Kingdom 104 Manufacturing January home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report Source: European Monitoring Centre on Change Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 06major job creations announced in europe JAN to MAR 2013 21 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 AHT Cooling Systems Austria 170 Manufacturing February AMS Wien Austria 100 Public administration and defence January List Components & Furniture Austria 150 Manufacturing January Österreichische Post Austria 100 Transportation / storage January McDonald’s Belgium Belgium 500 Hotel / restaurants March Coca-Cola Enterprises Bulgaria 300 Professional services January Zavod za remont na metrovlakove Bulgaria 150 Transportation / storage January AERO Vodochody Czech Republic 150 Manufacturing January CEZ Czech Republic 800 Utilities January Crystalex CZ Czech Republic 150 Manufacturing January DHL Czech Republic 120 Transportation / storage February Electro World Czech Republic 150 Retail January Huisman Konstrukce Czech Republic 110 Manufacturing March Multimedia Interactive Czech Republic 200 Administrative services February Smith Medical Czech Republic 250 Manufacturing February Sony DADC Czech Republic 100 Manufacturing January Tesco Czech Republic 100 Retail January Maersk Drilling Denmark 1,300 Mining / quarrying February Telenor Denmark Denmark 50 Information / communication March Selver Estonia 100 Retail March Vaasan Group Estonia 100 Manufacturing February B2S France 100 Administrative services February Brittany Ferries France 100 Transportation / storage January Daher Socata France 400 Manufacturing February Eolen France 150 Information / communication January Grant Thornton France 270 Professional services January Gras Savoye France France 57 Financial services March Infotel France 200 Information / communication February La Maison Bleue France 450 Health / social work February LGM Group France 190 Professional services January M-Real Alizay France 150 Manufacturing March MAAF France 100 Financial services January Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 06job creations 22 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 McDonald’s France France 200 Hotel / restaurants January Michelin France 1,000 Manufacturing January Moebius France 120 Information / communication February Pôle Emploi France 2,000 Public administration and defence March Proservia France 500 Information / communication February PSA Peugeot-Citroën France 300 Manufacturing March Siel Bleu France 214 Health / social work February Solucom France 200 Information / communication January Sopra Group France France 1,600 Information / communication March SPB (Société de Prévoyance Bancaire) France 150 Financial services March Thalazur France 100 Hotel / restaurants January Able Germany 1,000 Professional services January Audi Germany 1,500 Manufacturing March Bechtle Germany 400 Information / communication March BMW Germany 500 Manufacturing March Heraeus Germany 410 Manufacturing March Ottobock Germany 500 Manufacturing March Procter & Gamble Hungary 150 Manufacturing March Systemax EMEA Hungary 200 Information / communication January Centra Ireland 400 Retail February FireEye Ireland 150 Information / communication March Mater Private Healthcare Ireland 150 Health / social work January Quantcast Ireland 100 Professional services February Sattelco Communications Ireland 150 Administrative services January Yahoo Ireland 200 Information / communication March Zurich Insurance Ireland 112 Financial services March McDonald’s Italy 3,000 Hotel / restaurants January United Colours of Benetton Italy 280 Manufacturing February Atea Global Services Latvia 200 Information / communication February Swedbank Lithuania 100 Information / communication February McDonald’s The Netherlands Netherlands 1,200 Hotel / restaurants February Vredestein Netherlands 100 Professional services January Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 06job creations 23 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Alteams Poland Poland 200 Manufacturing March Budimex Danwood Poland 100 Construction February Credit Suisse Poland Poland 300 Financial services March Faurecia Interior Systems Poland 200 Manufacturing January HCL Technologies - Poland Poland 150 Information / communication March Hispano-Suiza Polska Poland 50 Manufacturing January Itella Information Poland 270 Professional services January Miejski Zakład Usług Komunalnych Poland 90 Administrative services January Mobica Poland Poland 130 Information / communication March PZL Mielec Poland 200 Manufacturing January Rockwool Polska Poland 100 Manufacturing March Sabre Holdings Poland Poland 400 Information / communication March State Street Poland Poland 300 Financial services March Tesco Poland 110 Retail January Tesco Poland 130 Retail February Tesco Poland 160 Transportation / storage February UBS Service Centre Poland 300 Information / communication March Vodafone Portugal 120 Information / communication January Cesiro Romania 100 Manufacturing February Computer Generated Solutions (CGS) Romania 400 Administrative services January Hella Romania Romania 500 Manufacturing March Inditex Romania Romania 300 Retail January Intel Media Romania 100 Information / communication March Microsoft Romania Romania 100 Information / communication January Romaltyn Romania 150 Mining / quarrying February SoftVision Romania 200 Information / communication February Sutas Romania Romania 300 Manufacturing March Webhelp Romania Romania 200 Administrative services February Sitno Holding Slovakia 300 Manufacturing January ZVS Holding Slovakia 100 Manufacturing February Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • home contents summary 01 EU Labour market trends 02 EU member state labour trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 european labour market outlook 05 major job layoffs announced in europe 06 major job creations announced in europe about this report 06job creations 24 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q2 2013 Source: European Monitoring Centre on Change Carthago Slovenia 80 Manufacturing February ÅF Sweden 120 Professional services March Burger King Sweden 150 Hotel / restaurants February Alstom United Kingdom 500 Utilities January American Golf UK United Kingdom 250 Retail March British Telecom United Kingdom 600 Information / communication March Brose UK United Kingdom 90 Manufacturing March Companion care United Kingdom 200 Professional services March Easy Jet United Kingdom 330 Transportation / storage February Jaguar Land Rover United Kingdom 700 Manufacturing March Midcounties Co-operative United Kingdom 100 Utilities March Morrisons United Kingdom 1,000 Retail February Newell United Kingdom 150 Retail March Solway Foods United Kingdom 100 Manufacturing January TGI Friday United Kingdom 600 Hotel / restaurants February Travelodge United Kingdom 370 Hotel / restaurants January Organisation Location Total (approx) Industry Month
    • About this Report The Employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services. It provides a timely review of economic, labour and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a detailed focus on the most recent data regarding mass layoffs and restructuring. The report is compiled utilising publicly available data from official, private and not-for-profit organisations. Published on a quarterly basis, the Employment Restructuring Report is available in separate editions for the United States and the European Union. Countries Covered IN this Report This edition of the Employment Restructuring Report covers Norway and the 27 countries of the European Union. Those countries are: About Kelly Services® Kelly Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: KELYA, KELYB) is a leader in providing workforce solutions. Kelly® offers a comprehensive array of outsourcing and consulting services as well as world-class staffing on a temporary, temporary-to-hire, and direct-hire basis. Serving clients around the globe, Kelly provides employment to more than 560,000 employees annually. Revenue in 2012 was $5.5 billion. Visit kellyservices.com and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Download The Talent Project, a free iPad app by Kelly Services. To Receive this Report This report is available to registered subscribers at www.kellyocg.com Austria Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden United Kingdom About the Author Todd Wheatland, VP Thought Leadership With 15 years experience in the human resources and workforce consulting space, Todd has overall responsibility for thought leadership at Kelly Services. He has degrees in Commerce (Economics/Marketing) from UWA and Communication from Curtin University. Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/wheatland Twitter: www.twitter.com/toddwheatland A Kelly Services Report All trademarks are property of their respective owners. © 2013 Kelly Services, Inc. kellyservices.com