Renens, January 19. 2022 – With its consolidated earnings of CHF 481 million for the financial year 2021, Interiman Group is getting closer to the top position among the Swiss market leaders. It consolidates its first place in the French-speaking part of Switzerland.

Interiman Group, the leading Swiss provider of human resources and recruitment services, has recorded a 33% increase in revenue compared to 2020. These results confirm its leading role, while the Swiss market only grew by 11.4% according to the latest publications of the Realisator index at the end of November. In times of Covid and with a tight labour market across several sectors, these results were due to the various digital solutions deployed by the group, backed by increased visibility on social networks and significant job portals. This online presence generated more than 370,000 applications and the publication of nearly 17,000 job offers in 2021.

“Following these excellent results, our intention is to continue growing, both internally and externally. Future acquisitions and other developments are not excluded,” commented Robin Gordon, CEO of Interiman Group.

All sectors of activity recorded strong growth, including the Hotelis SA subsidiary specialised in the hotel and catering sector, whose business volume increased by 59%. It has, however, not yet regained its pre-pandemic rate. The events sector, mainly impacted by the pandemic, was the only one to experience a timid increase. At the same time, the group recorded an increase in its employees, from 333 in 2020 to 384 at the end of 2021. It also counted with more than 20,000 temporary employees delegated over the year.

“I would like to give our warm thanks and congratulations to all our employees for their commitment and professionalism. Passion for Your Success is not just our slogan; it is a reality. Passion, action, initiative, collaboration and ambition are all essential to our spirit, and this is what makes us successful”, said Raymond Knigge, President and Founder of the Interiman Group.