Industry Sector Hiring     Comparison Report           Sample            Supported by the Institute Of RecruitersThe Monta...
AbstractThe Montague Consult International Industry Sector Hiring Comparison Report is acomprehensive statistical analysis...
The Agriculture Sector throughout this period outperformed the Community & Social Sectorby 2%, the Construction Sector by ...
Quarter 4 2012 reasonably strong scoring an average score of 5% in 2007 but unfortunatelynot managing to outperform any of...
Montague Consult Limited is a Management Consultancy Business based in the UK offeringa number of bespoke services to its ...
SubscriptionThe report/s will be available by the end of 2012 via an annual subscription as follows:International Report  ...
h Montague Consult Limited in Association with the Institute of Recruiters                                                ...
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This is a very comprehensive statistical analysis report ont he hiring intentions of thousands of employers across 42-Countries and covering 9-Key Industry Sectors. The information gives a comprehensive study and analysis of the data provided along with a forecast of activity movements over the short and mid-term periods. This report is available from Montague Consult on a subscription basis which includes a quarterley updated version throughout the year.

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  1. 1. Industry Sector Hiring Comparison Report Sample Supported by the Institute Of RecruitersThe Montague Consult Comparison Reports, are a comprehensive statistical analysis providing a full historic andforecasting consideration of the hiring intentions of employers across 42-Countries. This information will be useful to anumber of people and organisations as it gives a good understanding on a particular Industry Sector’s performancewithin a given country. Therefore, whether you are operating within the Recruitment Industry, responsible for thestrategic development of a business, responsible for international development, working within Business Investmentor Finance, the information contained within these reports will prove to be invaluable. The reports will cover a periodof Quarter 1 2007 though to and including Quarter 4 2012 and will be updated on a quarterly basis, four times per yearmoving forward. h Montague Consult Limited in Association with the Institute of Recruiters 1
  2. 2. AbstractThe Montague Consult International Industry Sector Hiring Comparison Report is acomprehensive statistical analysis report of the hiring intentions from nine key industrysectors, namely Agriculture, Community & Social, Construction, Finance & Business Services,Hotels & Retail, Manufacturing, Mining, Transport & Communication and Utilities. Thereports have been compiled from analysing information gained from the Manpower GlobalEmployment Outlook Survey, the Antal International Global Snapshot and information fromvarious international Governmental Offices in relation to the economic performance. Thefigures shown are representative of more than 2,500 employers surveyed globally, whereeach percentage point is assigned in-line with the employer’s intention to or considerationto hire within that quarter period. Averages are based upon the percentage points gainedand divided by a given period i.e. quarter or year or by the number of Countries for averagesfor global regions i.e. Americas, Asia Pacific or EMEA.The reports will be available in two formats, the first will be the International Comparisonbroken down by global regions namely Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA. The second will bea Country Specific report which will cover 42-Countries. Both will contain informationbroken down by Industry Sector, by Year and by Quarter together with a full analysis reportin each case and a analytical forecast of the hiring intentions for that specific County andSector. The reports will be updated 4-times per year (Quarterly) which will be includedwithin the annual subscription fee.Sample ReportRepresents period between 2007 through to and including current period Contents ChapterOne UK Hiring Patterns Overview by Sector 4 Chapter Two UK Hiring Patterns Overview by Sector by Year 10 Chapter Three UK Hiring Patterns by Sector 24 Chapter Four UK Hiring Patterns by Sector by Year 34 Chapter Five Conclusion 60 UK Hiring Patterns Overview by Sector The overview of the UK Hiring Patterns shows that of all Industry Sectors, the Utilities Sector performed the strongest with an average score of 10% between the periods of Quarter 4 2006 and Quarter 4 2012. We have analysed a total of nine sectors throughout the UK and over the outlined period above, the average performance levels throughout the period hasresulted in the following sectors scoring highest to lowest: Utilities 10%Hotels & Retail 9% Mining 7% Community & Social 3% Transport &Communication 2% Agriculture 1% Manufacturing 0. 16% and Finance& Business Services 0. 04% Construction -2% Agriculture As outlinedabove, the Agriculture Sector has underperformed on averagethroughout the period of Quarter 4 2006 and Quarter 4 2012 scoring anaverage of 1%.h Montague Consult Limited in Association with the Institute of Recruiters 2
  3. 3. The Agriculture Sector throughout this period outperformed the Community & Social Sectorby 2%, the Construction Sector by 1%, the Finance & Business Services Sector by 5%, theManufacturing Sector by 2%, the Transport & Communication Sector by 6% and the UtilitiesSector by 5%. Yet, surprisingly this Sector managed to outperform the Transport & Communication Sector, Agriculture Sector, Manufacturing Sector, Finance & Business Services Sector and the Construction Sector with an average score basis throughout this period scoring on average 3%. However, the Construction Sector has also managed to hit a low of - 23% in Quarter 1 2009 resulting in the sector coming in last place with the next lowest performer managing to remain some 15% ahead of the Construction Sector scoring a -8% from the Finance & Business Services Sector.Hotels & Retail The Hotels & Retail Sector was one of the strongestperformers throughout the period of Quarter 4 2006 and Quarter 42012, scoring an average score of 9% and achieving second placeoverall and with just 4% difference between this sector and the topperforming sector the Mining Sector.Throughout this period, the Manufacturing Sector managed to score ahigh of 14% twice in Quarter 2 and Quarter 3 of 2007, outperformingthe Transport & Communication Sector, the Community & Social Sectorand the Agriculture Sector within the same periods. Further down the list but not far behind the Community & Social Sector is the Manufacturing Sector with an average score of 2. 51% while the Agriculture managed a respectful 1.33% which although low, has managed to outperform the Transport & Communication Sector who managed to gain an average score of 0. 84% and the Finance & Business Services Sector with an average score of 0. 49%. In Quarter 1, the sector started the year with a score of 0% and although it managed to briefly fight back with a respectful score of 9% in Quarter 3, this was never going to last and the sector endedthe year in Quarter 4 with a score of -2% as the recession started totighten its grip.However, the jubilations were short lived as we entered Quarter 3and this sector managed a score of 2% which was further declinedover Quarter 3 and Quarter 4 where the sector achieved a score of0% in each quarter.Data Graph Chapter Three UK Hiring Patterns by Sector UK HiringPlans by Sector Agriculture The Agriculture Sector has started itsperformance throughout the period of Quarter 4 2006 through toh Montague Consult Limited in Association with the Institute of Recruiters 3
  4. 4. Quarter 4 2012 reasonably strong scoring an average score of 5% in 2007 but unfortunatelynot managing to outperform any of the other sectors in the same period.Although, the later result is low, it is surprisingly high in comparison to some of the othersectors which it managed to outperform such as the Construction Sector, the Finance &Business Services Sector, the Transport & Communication Sector, the Agriculture Sector andthe Manufacturing Sector retrospectively. The lowest performer was found to be the Agriculture Sector with an average score of 5% which has resulted in this sector being outperformed by the Manufacturing Sector, Finance & Business Service Sector and the Construction Sector which the Agriculture Sector managed to outperform in the overall comparison outlined above. In Quarter 1 this sector achieved a score of 11% and although we see a reduction in this sector over the year, the sector still ended the year at 2% which was a great result all things considered and enabled the sector to achieve an average score of 7%.This sector ended the year in another dip in the final quarter with a score of 0% resulting inthis sector achieving an average score of 8% which still enabled the sector gaining arespectful score for the year.There was further evidence of a growth period when the sector achieveda score of 4% in Quarter 3 before retracting again in Quarter 4 with afinal score of -4% leveraging an average score for 2010 of -1% whichresulted in the sector finding itself in the middle of the table at the endof the year.The sector ended 2011 in Quarter 4 with a slightly retracting score of 0.07%, this resulted in the sector achieving an overall average hiringperformance score of 0. 1% which in a year on year comparison sees the sector suffer a significant 7. 9% decline. To subscribe to the full report – simply send us an email by clicking HERE where you will then receive details on how to activate your subscription. The subscription is an annual subscription costing £132.00 per year including VAT. For this amount you will receive the Global Report and FOUR updates per year. The subscription will be for the complete 12-month period which you will need to renew each year in order to maintain your subscription. You will also have the option ofadding your specific Country Report for a reduced rate of £66.00 per year. You may obtainas many Country Reports as you require with a further 5% discount for each additionalCountry Report added.h Montague Consult Limited in Association with the Institute of Recruiters 4
  5. 5. Montague Consult Limited is a Management Consultancy Business based in the UK offeringa number of bespoke services to its client base. Montague Consult was established in 2008and has built a loyal client base predominantly from within the Recruitment Industry anddesigned to offer professional ethical expert advice, mentoring and NED services amongothers.Montague Consult’s unique approach is designed to offer a holistic approach to ensure thattheir clients receive the service to best enhance their businesses. The services available alsoinclude complete policy and process systems from inception through to implementation.For a confidential and non-commitment free consultative appraisal please contact DavidMontague at davidmontague@montagueconsult.com.The Institute Of Recruiters (affectionately known as The IOR) is the only globally positionedProfessional Body for the Recruitment & HR Industry with a single vision of increasingProfessional and Ethical Standards for the Recruitment & HR Industry on an internationalplatform. This is predominantly achieved through offering a Professional Body MembershipScheme which is underpinned by academically backed training and education provisions tothose working in the industry.Institute Of Recruiters is determined to help those working in the industry to achieve and/orincrease their professional skills, knowledge and expertise to enhance their careers. TheInstitute Of Recruiters commitment extends across the breadth and depth of the industry toinclude Individuals, Recruitment Agencies, In-house Recruitment Teams (CorporateRecruitment), Head Hunters, Job Boards, HR and anyone who works in any format withinthe Recruitment & HR Industry, without financially penalising those people and businessesfor wanting to improve.For more information and details on how join your peers in the fasting growing InternationalProfessional Body please visit www.theior.org.uk or by contacting David Montague atdavidmontaguemontague@montagueconsult.com.h Montague Consult Limited in Association with the Institute of Recruiters 5
  6. 6. SubscriptionThe report/s will be available by the end of 2012 via an annual subscription as follows:International Report £132 per year including VAT & four updates per yearCountry Specific Report £99 per year including VAT & four updates per yearInternational & 1 Country Report £198 per year including VAT & four updates per yearTo join the subscription, simply send an email to davidmontague@montagueconsult.comconfirming your request; please ensure you include which report/s you require. Uponreceipt of the email, you will be issued with details on how to make the annual subscriptionpayment, payment is required in full prior to the report/s being issued.Once cleared finds have been received for your subscription, your report/s will be emailedto you (please ensure you advise us of the correct email for the reports to be sent to,Montague Consult Limited are unable to accept liability for incorrect email addresses issued)along with a VAT receipt for your purchase.On the anniversary of your subscription, you will receive a reminder email to renew yoursubscription in order to continue to receive the report/s. You may also increase the numberof report/s you subscribe to at any time with notice. Where you require increasing thenumber of reports you receive, you will be charged pro-rata for the remainder of that yeardependant on the number of updates still available for that period.h Montague Consult Limited in Association with the Institute of Recruiters 6
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