Denmark is the third most attractive staffing market
15 February 2017
Denmark is the world's third most attractive market for staffing, according to new report by Staffing Industry Analysts.
Staffing Industry Analysts has assessed the attractiveness of 60 staffing markets across six continents in the recent report Most Attractive Staffing Markets Globally 2017.
Denmark takes the third spot globally.
Denmark is Europe’s easiest country for business
Attractiveness has been identified according to 10 different criteria such as the level of regulation on temporary agency work, ease of doing business and market competition. The findings cover both emerging and established staffing markets.
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“Denmark offers competitive business costs, the most flexible labour market in the EU and the world’s lowest employer costs. On top of that Greater Copenhagen has Scandinavia’s largest recruitment base of highly-skilled employees as well as Scandinavia’s biggest pool of private and public sector researchers. If your company needs assistance in finding highly skilled employees, Copenhagen Capacity offers a range of talent attraction services and we are here to help you”, says Nikolaj Lubanski, Talent Director, Copenhagen Capacity.
Read more about Copenhagen Capacity’s talent attraction services here.
Evaluate and maximise growth opportunities
“This report provides a framework by which to evaluate and maximize growth opportunities in global markets. As the staffing industry continues to evolve, in both established and emerging markets, companies seeking to expand or align services in new regions need to consider a cross section of criteria to ensure that they are well-positioned to take initiatives forward in markets suitable to their strengths, vision and capabilities,” said Barry Asin, President of SIA.
How can we help your company?
If you want to know more about doing business and attracting talent in Greater Copenhagen, please contact Talent Director, Nikolaj Lubanski, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0045 22 16 15 11