Recruitment Industry ConferenceKevin Green, CEO REC7th November 2012
This sessionThe jobs puzzleThe trends – what’s been going on!Recruitment market forecastEmerging talent crisisTomorrows wi...
REC Report on jobs
REC Jobs Outlook
The jobs puzzle          No GDP growth this year                     butthe private sector created 500,00 new jobs!
The answers!Retention of talent – productivityMore flexible work – P/T, temps,freelancersDemand in candidate driven market...
Market Overview2011/12 Recruitment Industry Trends report‘Back to the Future’ Working Paper
Recruitment Industry TrendsAnnual survey for recruitmentagencies 12 months to April2012Highlights:-  Turnover  Volumes  Ma...
Recruitment Industry TrendsTurnover – increased by 4.3% to £25.7bn
Recruitment Industry TrendsVolumes –550,448 permanent placements and 1.1mtemporary agency workers
Recruitment Industry TrendsStaffing – slight increase to 92,446 with growth in thenumber of administrative / management ro...
Recruitment industry forecast        up to 2016
REC 2012 Medium Term Forecast
REC’s ‘Back to the Future’ report
The UK Recruitment MarketOver            decline in the number of            recruitment businesses                   in a...
A Maturing Market
Conclusion – 8 key trendsThe economyGreater control of the supply chainContinuing margin pressureA maturing marketGreater ...
Emerging talent crisis
Two Speed Labour Market
Ageing Population
Social attitudes to work
Social media – opportunity and threat!
Government’s understanding of work
Increased flexibilityCompetitionChoiceFree labour market
Working differently – 3 shiftsShallow generalist to serial masteryIsolated competitor to innovativeconnectorFrom voracious...
ResponsesWhat talent do you need?Compete for talent vs who?How do I attract talent? – is my employerbrand stronger than my...
Recruitment winnersThose businesses that:-  Make a choice on how to compete  Become more niche and specialist  Focus on jo...
Any questions?
Thank You for listeningThank you for listening
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Keynote Session from Kevin Green: The Changing Face of Recruitment

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Keynote Session from Kevin Green: The Changing Face of Recruitment

  1. 1. Recruitment Industry ConferenceKevin Green, CEO REC7th November 2012
  2. 2. This sessionThe jobs puzzleThe trends – what’s been going on!Recruitment market forecastEmerging talent crisisTomorrows winners
  3. 3. REC Report on jobs
  4. 4. REC Jobs Outlook
  5. 5. The jobs puzzle No GDP growth this year butthe private sector created 500,00 new jobs!
  6. 6. The answers!Retention of talent – productivityMore flexible work – P/T, temps,freelancersDemand in candidate driven marketsPay well below inflation – people pricingthemselves into work
  7. 7. Market Overview2011/12 Recruitment Industry Trends report‘Back to the Future’ Working Paper
  8. 8. Recruitment Industry TrendsAnnual survey for recruitmentagencies 12 months to April2012Highlights:- Turnover Volumes Margins StaffingResearch undertaken by anindependent research partner
  9. 9. Recruitment Industry TrendsTurnover – increased by 4.3% to £25.7bn
  10. 10. Recruitment Industry TrendsVolumes –550,448 permanent placements and 1.1mtemporary agency workers
  11. 11. Recruitment Industry TrendsStaffing – slight increase to 92,446 with growth in thenumber of administrative / management roles
  12. 12. Recruitment industry forecast up to 2016
  13. 13. REC 2012 Medium Term Forecast
  14. 14. REC’s ‘Back to the Future’ report
  15. 15. The UK Recruitment MarketOver decline in the number of recruitment businesses in a year
  16. 16. A Maturing Market
  17. 17. Conclusion – 8 key trendsThe economyGreater control of the supply chainContinuing margin pressureA maturing marketGreater segmentationIncreased ‘professional flexibility’Demise of high street recruitingAn inch wide and a mile deep
  18. 18. Emerging talent crisis
  19. 19. Two Speed Labour Market
  20. 20. Ageing Population
  21. 21. Social attitudes to work
  22. 22. Social media – opportunity and threat!
  23. 23. Government’s understanding of work
  24. 24. Increased flexibilityCompetitionChoiceFree labour market
  25. 25. Working differently – 3 shiftsShallow generalist to serial masteryIsolated competitor to innovativeconnectorFrom voracious consumer toimpassioned producer Sour ce: Pr of Lynda Gr at t on –
  26. 26. ResponsesWhat talent do you need?Compete for talent vs who?How do I attract talent? – is my employerbrand stronger than my competitorsAre you searching for talent in the rightplacesHow do we create meaning and loyalty toretain talent?
  27. 27. Recruitment winnersThose businesses that:- Make a choice on how to compete Become more niche and specialist Focus on job creators – SMEs Use content to build relationships Embrace social media Compete with their people capability
  28. 28. Any questions?
  29. 29. Thank You for listeningThank you for listening
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