The deficit of hands to work, changing jobs, or low levels of motivation are the main difficulties which have to cope personnel departments of european companies. Scale of the problem has not decreased, even the effects of the global economic downturn in 2008 and a sharp rise in unemployment across the continent.
In 2008, nearly 46 percent entrepreneurs in the EU complained of trouble in finding suitable candidates for the job. In Belgium, Bulgaria and France, it was more than 70 percent, while in Poland 42 percent companies. The greatest difficulties have indicated to the employer from such industries as construction, hotels and restaurants, as well as manufacturing companies, energy sector and operators of health care and social assistance.
Demand for employees is reported by the effect of fluctuations in HR. Problems with the maintenance of stable employment touched every tenth company in Europe. The business remained the most difficult situation in Romania and Bulgaria, where the rotation of touch over 20 percent. companies. A relatively stable situation was recorded while in countries such as Ireland or Sweden.
One reason for this fluctuation remains the question of motivation. The smallest level of commitment and willingness to work among employees acknowledged the employer from Hungary, Greece, Czech and Polish.