Croatian employers expect their payrolls to increase in Q1 2019

Employers in Croatia expect a steady increase in the number of their employees in the first quarter of 2019, according to the findings of a survey conducted by the Manpower group, a leading global staffing firm.
 Marijo Basic / CROPIX

The latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey was conducted among 620 employers who were asked what changes they expected in terms of their staffing levels in the next three months in comparison to Q4 2018.

The number of new jobs is expected to rise in seven out of eight industrial sectors analysed by the survey.

In the previous ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey, forecasts improved for six industrial sectors.

The most optimistic jobs forecasts were given by employers in the construction sector, who expect a 1 percentage point increase in net employment in their companies.

The only sector with the negative jobs projection for Q1 2019 is the tourism and hospitality industry.

Eastern Croatia region with most optimistic jobs forecast

Broken down by geographic regions, payrolls are expected to increase in all four regions of the country, the most optimistic projections given by employers in eastern Croatia where the Net Employment Outlook stands at +26%, an eight percentage point rise in comparison to the last quarter of this year.

The Net Employment Outlook for Q1 2019 is +3% in southern Croatia, rising by 13 percentage points as against the 2019 Q4 Net Employment Outlook for that region.

Confidence levels among employers worldwide are rising, and a majority of employers globally expect a rise on their payrolls from January to the end of March next year.

The most optimistic hiring plans were recorded in Japan, Taiwan, the USA, Slovenia, Greece and Hong Kong, and the least optimistic in Argentina, Switzerland, Italy, Panama and Spain.

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