NATIONALROAD AHEAD SERIES2013 Technology              Specialists in technology recruitment                               ...
Agenda  The Australian Economy & Employment Market     The “Expert” Economic Opinions     • Michael Page Technology Covera...
Michael Page Technology Coverage  The Australian Economy &-Employment Market     The “Expert” Economic Opinions           ...
Michael Page Technology Capability at all levels  The Australian Economy &-Employment Market     The “Expert” Economic Opi...
Year in Review  The Australian Economy & Employment Market•	 Continued uncertainty on a global scale across the European, ...
The Australian Economy & Employment Market       Recruitment Landscape•	 Contracting and Fixed Term Opinions       The “Ex...
CIO Thought Leadership Series  The Australian Economy & Employment Market            Fiona Balfour     The “Expert” Econom...
41%  Role Composition & Focus  The Australian Economy & Employment Market      The “Expert” Economic OpinionsThe majority ...
IT Strategies in the Workplace   The Australian Economy & Employment Market      The “Expert” Economic Opinions60% of surv...
IT Strategies in the Workplace   The Australian Economy & Employment Market service provided by outsourcers               ...
IT Strategies in the Workplace  The Australian Economy & Employment Market             Most important priorities over the ...
and skill-set of IT departmentSIGNIFICANT IMPACT               17%           Budget           The Australian Economy & Emp...
DECREASE                     18%  Budget  The Australian Economy & Employment Market     The “Expert” Economic Opinions   ...
Budget  The Australian Economy & Employment Market      The “Expert” Economic Opinions  Change in IT budget (2012 vs 2011)...
into IT budget                1-2%                17%   IT Headcount   The Australian Economy & Employment Market         ...
IT Headcount  The Australian Economy & Employment Market     The “Expert” Economic Opinions     Increase in contract/tempo...
Michael Page Technology Employment Market  The Australian Economy &Market Research     Staff Turnover     The “Expert” Eco...
Michael Page Technology Employment Market  The Australian Economy &Market Research     Market Outlook     The “Expert” Eco...
Michael Page Technology Employment Market  The Australian Economy &Market Research     The “Expert”Business Concerns     P...
Michael Page Technology Employment Market  The Australian Economy &Market Research     Attraction Strategies     The “Expe...
Michael Page Technology Employment Market  The Australian Economy &Market Research     Retention Strategies     The “Exper...
Thank youQUESTIONS?              Specialists in technology recruitment                                 www.michaelpage.com...
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In February, the Michael Page Technology team hosted breakfast briefings for clients in Sydney and Melbourne. We reviewed the 2012 employment market, discussed the current recruitment landscape, and shared the findings from our last CIO Thought Leadership Series around IT strategies, budget and headcount. We also shared the latest candidate and client employment market research from Michael Page.

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  1. 1. NATIONALROAD AHEAD SERIES2013 Technology Specialists in technology recruitment www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  2. 2. Agenda The Australian Economy & Employment Market The “Expert” Economic Opinions • Michael Page Technology Coverage • Michael Page Technology Capability • Year in Review • The Recruitment Landscape • CIO Thought Leadership Series Video - Fiona Balfour • CIO Viewpoint Report 2012 • Michael Page Technology Market Research • Questions Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  3. 3. Michael Page Technology Coverage The Australian Economy &-Employment Market The “Expert” Economic Opinions Media & Business Financial Information Services Brisbane Business & Perth Consumer Professional Sydney Goods Services Melbourne Technical & Industrial Healthcare Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  4. 4. Michael Page Technology Capability at all levels The Australian Economy &-Employment Market The “Expert” Economic Opinions IT Director CIO Head of PMO Technology Leadership IT Manager Database Manger Project Manager Change Manager Helpdesk Manager Infrastructure Manager Development Manager Network Manager IT Architect Technology Management 1st, 2nd, 3rd Level Support Business Analyst Developer Project Coordinator Database Administrator Tester Technology Services Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  5. 5. Year in Review The Australian Economy & Employment Market• Continued uncertainty on a global scale across the European, UK and North The “Expert” Economic Opinions American markets.• H2 consumer and business confidence effected locally by the ongoing global backdrop.• Unlike 2011 also effected by a slow down in activity across the Mining and Resources sector.• NSW and Victoria consistent trading conditions with previous year.• Queensland and Western Australia effected more directly by Mining and Resources sector.• Unemployment rate continues to remain low versus other comparable markets globally.• Outlook for 2013 uncertain given employment trends in over the last quarter of 2012. Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  6. 6. The Australian Economy & Employment Market Recruitment Landscape• Contracting and Fixed Term Opinions The “Expert” Economic engagements are preference for project, transformational programs.• Relationships with vendors for resources are of high importance.• IT headcounts are predicted to be flat on 2012 with predictions that market conditions will remain the same.• Opportunities exist for top talent across all verticals and demand for emerging skills sets are sought from Australian candidates returning from International careers.• Organisations are investing in customer centric systems, consumer led devices and comprehensive mobile and tablet applications. Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in finance Finance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.au Technology
  7. 7. CIO Thought Leadership Series The Australian Economy & Employment Market Fiona Balfour The “Expert” Economic Opinions Non-Executive Director NSW, July 2012 Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  8. 8. 41% Role Composition & Focus The Australian Economy & Employment Market The “Expert” Economic OpinionsThe majority of survey respondents Responsibility for regional/global IT team(60%) have responsibility for aregional or global IT team. YES NO 40% 60% Organisiations considering to implement BYO device strategy YES 20% NO 60% 20% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in finance EXISTS ALREADYFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  9. 9. IT Strategies in the Workplace The Australian Economy & Employment Market The “Expert” Economic Opinions60% of surveyed CIOs are considering Organisiations considering to implement BYO device strategyimplementing this strategy within theirorganisation while 20% already have. YES 20% NO 60% 20% ALREADY EXISTS Companies refocusing on ecommerce offering Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in finance YES Finance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.au Technology
  10. 10. IT Strategies in the Workplace The Australian Economy & Employment Market service provided by outsourcers IT 10-20% 39% 20-30% 22% 30-40% 17% The “Expert” Economic Opinions 40%+ 22%• The implementation of Cloud services Impact of Cloud services on composition is not expected to have a dramatic and skill-set of IT department impact on the composition and skill SIGNIFICANT IMPACT 17% set requirements of the surveyed MODERATE IMPACT 36% CIOs’ IT teams. MINIMAL IMPACT 39% NO IMPACT 8%• 75% of respondents expect minimal to moderate impact. Organisation revenue reinvested into IT budget 1-2% 17% 2-3% 40% 4-5% 9% 5%+ 34% Change in technology job market (2012 vs 2011) Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in finance Finance SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE 5% www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.au Technology IMPROVE
  11. 11. IT Strategies in the Workplace The Australian Economy & Employment Market Most important priorities over the next 12 months Most important priorities over the next 12 months The “Expert” Economic Opinions BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE CLOUD SERVICES 39 VIRTUALISATION 22 19 MOBILE APPS SECURITY DEVELOPMENT 39 VIRTUALISATION 6 14 19 MOBILE Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology DEVELO
  12. 12. and skill-set of IT departmentSIGNIFICANT IMPACT 17% Budget The Australian Economy & Employment Market MODERATE IMPACT 36% MINIMAL IMPACT 39% NO IMPACT 8% The “Expert” Economic Opinions Organisation revenue reinvested • The majority of survey respondents into IT budget (40%) work in companies that invest 1-2% 17% 2-3% of the company’s total revenue 2-3% 40% into the IT budget. 4-5% 9% 5%+ 34% • A further 34% of respondents’ companies put 5% and above of the total revenue towards IT spend. Change in technology job market (2012 vs 2011)NIFICANTLY IMPROVE 5% IMPROVE 44% REMAIN STABLE 38% BE WORSE 12% BE FAR WORSE 1% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in finance Finance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.au Technology
  13. 13. DECREASE 18% Budget The Australian Economy & Employment Market The “Expert” Economic Opinions Allocation of IT budget The focus and allocation of funds to operational activities shows the importance CIOs are placing on ensuring the fundamental day-to-day business objectives are met. 11% OPERATIONAL PROJECTS 39% 50% INNOVATION Technology staff turnover in your company (2012 vs 2011) 15% INCREASE Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology REMAIN STABLE 56%
  14. 14. Budget The Australian Economy & Employment Market The “Expert” Economic Opinions Change in IT budget (2012 vs 2011) • Compared to the previous year, 35% of respondents anticipate an increase in their IT budget. INCREAESE • 47% expect their IT budget to remain the same. 35% REMAIN STABLE 47% DECREASE 18% Allocation of IT budget 11% OPERATIONAL Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance PROJECTS www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology 39% 50%
  15. 15. into IT budget 1-2% 17% IT Headcount The Australian Economy & Employment Market 2-3% 4-5% 9% 40% 5%+ 34% The “Expert” Economic Opinions Change in technology job market • 44% of respondents expect the IT (2012 vs 2011) recruitment landscape to improve from lastSIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE 5% year. IMPROVE 44% REMAIN STABLE 38% • 39% of respondents reported that 10-20% of BE WORSE 12% their IT service is provided by outsourcers. BE FAR WORSE 1% IT service provided by outsourcers 10-20% 39% 20-30% 22% 30-40% 17% 40%+ 22% Impact of Cloud services on composition and skill-set of IT department SIGNIFICANT IMPACT 17% MODERATE IMPACT 36% MINIMAL IMPACT 39% NO IMPACT 8% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  16. 16. IT Headcount The Australian Economy & Employment Market The “Expert” Economic Opinions Increase in contract/temporary • 44% of respondents expect to increase staff (2012 vs 2011) their contract/temporary numbers compared to last year. • The reliance on IT outsourcing signifies the YES cost benefits associated partnering with 6% NO vendors locally and offshore. 44% 50% UNSURE Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  17. 17. Michael Page Technology Employment Market The Australian Economy &Market Research Staff Turnover The “Expert” Economic Opinions Employee Employer Employee turnover in the next 12 months Expected staff turnover in the next 12 months VERY LIKELY IT WILL INCREASE 52% 12% QUITE LIKELY IT WILL BE THE SAME 20% 55% NOT LIKELY IT WILL DECREASE 16% 23% UNSURE UNSURE 12% 10% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  18. 18. Michael Page Technology Employment Market The Australian Economy &Market Research Market Outlook The “Expert” Economic Opinions Employee Employer Employee optimism in the job market Expected business conditions for 2013 IT WILL SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE THEY WILL IMPROVE 4% 19% IT WILL IMPROVE THEY WILL REMAIN STABLE 27% 65% IT WILL BE THE SAME THEY WILL DECLINE 52% 10% IT WILL BE WORSE UNSURE 15% 6% IT WILL BE FAR WORSE 2% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  19. 19. Michael Page Technology Employment Market The Australian Economy &Market Research The “Expert”Business Concerns Personal & Economic Opinions Employee Employer Top five employee concerns Key business concerns for 2013 JOB SECURITY ACHIEVING BUSINESS GOALS WITHIN ALLOCATED BUDGET 32% 55% SALARY VS LIVING COSTS GLOBAL OUTLOOK 28% 18% DOMESTIC ECONOMIC DOWNTURN PEOPLE MANAGEMENT & ENGAGEMENT 17% 13% CHINA ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN STAYING AHEAD OF COMPETITORS 7% 9% EUROZONE DEBT CRISIS OTHER 4% 3% WAGES GROWTH & CPI INCREASE 2% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  20. 20. Michael Page Technology Employment Market The Australian Economy &Market Research Attraction Strategies The “Expert” Economic Opinions Employee Employer What job seekers are looking for Attraction strategy most likely to be implemented SCOPE FOR CAREER PROGRESSION PROMOTE THE COMPANYS REPUTATION 27% 30% INCREASE IN SALARY COMPETITIVE SALARIES 17% 28% WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY SCOPE FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT 15% 26% MORE SENIORITY/PROMOTION FLEXIBLE WORKING OPTIONS 13% 12% LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT OTHER 10% 4% COMPANY BRAND AND REPUTATION 9% OTHER 6% POTENTIAL FOR OVERSEAS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 3% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  21. 21. Michael Page Technology Employment Market The Australian Economy &Market Research Retention Strategies The “Expert” Economic Opinions Employee Employer What will keep employees in their current role Retention strategy receiving most focus in 2013 FINANCIAL REWARD BASED ON PERFORMANCE TRAINING & CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES (SALARY INCREASE/BONUS) 36% 29% INITIATIVES TO IMPROVE COMPANY CULTURE ADDITIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT 24% SUPPORTED BY TRAINING PERFORMANCE BASED REWARDS 23% 18% LEADERSHIP/MOTIVATING MANAGER OFFER WORK-LIFE BALANCE OPTIONS 13% 11% WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY 15% OTHER 6% COMPANY CULTURE INCREASE IN BASE PAY 16% 5% OVERSEAS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 4% Specialists in technology recruitment Specialists in financeFinance www.michaelpage.com.au www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology
  22. 22. Thank youQUESTIONS? Specialists in technology recruitment www.michaelpage.com.auTechnology

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