Saturday, January 31, 2009
H&M to Create 6000 to 7000 New Jobs
H&M, the second biggest european clothing company (spanish group Inditex- Zara owners, being number one) is not only resisting very well to the worldwide recession, but shows its optimism by announcing the creation of thousands of new jobs this year, while numerous brands and businesses are cutting down.
The company will employ 6000 to 7000 new persons in 2009.
" H&M is financially solid, and is investing on its future", commented Taper-Hoël, responsible for the communication of the group.