[Italy] Temporary worker numbers rose steeply in August

[Italy] Temporary worker numbers rose steeply in August
21 Oct 2021

In August the average number of temporary agency workers in Italy increased by 27.4 per cent, on an annual basis, SIA reports.

The steep uptick was recorded in statistics released by Ebitemp; the bilateral organisation for temporary employment representing employers’ associations and unions.

Ebitemp’s figures also revealed a 2.8 per cent improvement over July 2021. When comparing the eight-month period January-August 2020 with the same period in 2021, the number of temporary agency workers increased by 31.4 per cent. 

The number of hours worked per worker had risen by 1.3 per cent when compared to the same month in 2020. However, the figure was down 2.2 per cent when compared to July 2021.

The increase in both the numbers of workers and their hours worked meant that Italy’s total payroll for temporary agency workers increased by an impressive 34.2 per cent in August 2021, compared to the same month last year.


Source: SIA

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In August the average number of temporary agency workers in Italy increased by 27.4 per cent, on an annual basis, SIA reports.

The steep uptick was recorded in statistics released by Ebitemp; the bilateral organisation for temporary employment representing employers’ associations and unions.

Ebitemp’s figures also revealed a 2.8 per cent improvement over July 2021. When comparing the eight-month period January-August 2020 with the same period in 2021, the number of temporary agency workers increased by 31.4 per cent. 

The number of hours worked per worker had risen by 1.3 per cent when compared to the same month in 2020. However, the figure was down 2.2 per cent when compared to July 2021.

The increase in both the numbers of workers and their hours worked meant that Italy’s total payroll for temporary agency workers increased by an impressive 34.2 per cent in August 2021, compared to the same month last year.


Source: SIA

(Link via original reporting)

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