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Mets december wave4

  1. 1. Wave 4<br />Wave 4<br />K. PandiaRajan<br />MD & CEO – Ma Foi Randstad <br />December 2010<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />A total of 1,133,764 jobs <br />Jan - Dec 2010<br />The organized sector in India has created739,064 jobs in Jan – Sep 2010<br />and 394, 700 jobs are getting created in Oct-Dec quarter<br />
  3. 3. Job Creation – Jan to December 2010<br />3<br />260,052<br />165,700<br />150,512<br />116,700<br />87,100<br />83,400<br />69,000<br />57,500<br />41,600<br />37,400<br />24,600<br />20,100<br />20,100<br />
  4. 4. Job Creation – Jan to December 2010<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Job Creation – Jan to December 2010<br />5<br />
  6. 6. about this survey<br /><ul><li>Ma Foi Randstad Employment Trends Survey (METS) is one of the largest and comprehensive study to predict employment trends and opportunities in the organised sector
  7. 7. Survey is being conducted on annual basis since Nov 2004
  8. 8. The survey was conducted among 660 companies across 13 industry segments in India</li></ul>Banking and Financial Services <br />Information Technology & Information Technology Enabled Services<br />Pharma<br />Healthcare<br />Trade including Consumer, Retail & Services<br />Energy<br />Transport, Storage & Communication<br />Real estate & Construction<br />Hospitality<br />Media and Entertainment<br />Mfg. of Non-machinery Products<br />Mfg. of Machinery & Equipments<br />Education, Training & Consulting <br /><ul><li>These companies were queried about a) hiring in the first nine months of the year and b) hiring intentions over the next three months</li></ul>6<br />
  9. 9. Top 5 job generators – across 2 quarters<br />7<br />
  10. 10. Key Findings - Sector wiseTop Sectors<br />8<br />Sectors creating 1 lakh + jobs<br />Sectors creating 50,000+ jobs<br />
  11. 11. Key Findings – City wiseTop 3 Cities<br />9<br />
  12. 12. Employment trendssector wise - BFSI<br />10<br />Between July and December 2010, the BFSI sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 40,800<br /><ul><li>The positive sentiment in economic front continues to provide the stimulus for the banking sector significantly
  13. 13. Overall, recruitment significantly higher
  14. 14. Substantial growth of banking sector indicators
  15. 15. Expected annual growth in Life Insurance and Health Insurance industry by 2013-14 to play big role
  16. 16. The upturn of the capital markets aids the mobilization of resources necessary for new investments
  17. 17. Fresh recruitments as result of expected 35% of banking staff retirement</li></ul>“ huge growth opportunity in participation of Indians in Capital Market Investments from the current rate of 2%”<br />Total Jobs : 57,500<br />
  18. 18. Employment trendssector wise – IT & ITES<br />11<br />Between July and December 2010, the IT & ITES sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 81,300<br /><ul><li>Revival of job market in India after the global recession is to do with quick come back of the IT/ITES sector - Labour and Employment Ministry
  19. 19. Recovery process, especially in USA and UK has played a key role in strong recovery of the sector
  20. 20. The September quarter results of India’s top four information technology (IT) outsourcing companies underscores the strong demand for IT services
  21. 21. Increase in KPO business in recent months is also serving as a booster for the boom in the sector
  22. 22. CEOs of top companies confident of adding more jobs
  23. 23. Employing new entrants increased in the third quarter</li></ul>“Inter-industry shifting of skilled workforce increases significantly as a result of growing demand”<br />Total Jobs : 116,700 <br />
  24. 24. Employment trendssector wise - Pharma<br />12<br />Between July and December 2010, the Pharma sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 28,700<br /><ul><li>India's pharmaceutical industry is now the third largest in terms of volume and ranks 14 in terms of value
  25. 25. Increasing percentage of the higher-income group opens a potential US$ 8 billion market, for MNCs in the next five years – E&Y Report
  26. 26. The domestic Pharma market is estimated to touch US$ 20 billion by 2015 – E&Y report
  27. 27. The pharmaceuticals industry in India will grow over 100 per cent during the next two years – AIOCD [All India Organisation of Chemists and Druggists]
  28. 28. The pharmaceutical industry is currently growing at the rate of 12 per cent, and the growth will further accelerate
  29. 29. Great potential for innovative R&D in the country, where the investment is still inadequate
  30. 30. US $40 billion worth of drugs in the US and US $25 billion worth of drugs in Europe going off patent is likely to create new opportunities</li></ul>“new licensing deals with MNCs for NCE [New Chemical Entities] & NDDS [New Drug Delivery Systems] opens new doors for Indian manufacturers”<br />Total Jobs : 41,600 <br />
  31. 31. Employment trendssector wise – Healthcare<br />13<br />Between July and December 2010, the Healthcare sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 70,000<br /><ul><li>Healthcare sector emerges as most progressive in the country with an expected GDP spend of 8 per cent by 2012
  32. 32. Healthcare sector is expected to be a US$ 280 billion industry by 2020
  33. 33. India will require another 1.75 million beds by the end of 2025 and Corporate India is therefore, leveraging on this business potential – E&Y report
  34. 34. The government's focus on making healthcare a priority sector, increasing penetration of health insurance, rising per capita income and increased incidence of lifestyle related diseases along with a large population base will remain key drivers of this sector
  35. 35. As a consequence , Healthcare will remain one of the major employment generating sector in the country</li></ul>“spending on health is expected to grow upto 14% per annum”<br />Total Jobs : 260,052 <br />
  36. 36. Employment trendssector wise – Trade including Consumer, Retail & Services<br />14<br />Between July and December 2010, the Trade, Consumer and Retail Services sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 13,200<br /><ul><li>After being severely hit by recession and suffering a huge setback in both domestic and international markets, the sector has started looking upward again
  37. 37. Global economic recovery in the recent past has been boosting the export sector significantly
  38. 38. A strong upward looking economy, coupled with increase in income level and the festive season played an important role
  39. 39. The increasing middle and upper class consumer base will increase the potential in India's tier II and III cities
  40. 40. The India Retail Report for the third-quarter of 2010, forecasts that the total retail sales will grow from US$ 353 billion in 2010 to US$ 543.2 billion by 2014
  41. 41. Trade facilitation, lowering the restriction and supply side constraints including infrastructure can play a key role in increasing FDI inflow into this sector</li></ul>“greater availability of personal credit and growing vehicle population will contribute to growing annual retail sales of 11.4%”<br />Total Jobs : 20,100 <br />
  42. 42. Employment trendssector wise – Energy<br />15<br />Between July and December 2010, the Energy sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 10,700<br /><ul><li>Energy sector did not perform as expected during the last quarter, though is expected to pick up in the current quarter
  43. 43. Amongst various sub-sectors, coal has shown a larger decline as compared to the other sectors
  44. 44. Any further step on part of the government towards regulatory reforms for the sector will allow the sector to grow in its full potential</li></ul>“sanction of new power plants in different States and corporate interest in “green energy” will enhance activity level”<br />Total Jobs : 20,100 <br />
  45. 45. Employment trendssector wise – Transport, Storage & Communication<br />16<br />Between July and December 2010, Transport, Storage and Communication sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 22,400<br /><ul><li>Telecom still remains one of the India’s fastest growing sectors and continues to generate new employment opportunities
  46. 46. Transport sector has shown significant improvement in hiring scenario compared to the previous quarters
  47. 47. Goods traffic by railways and cargo handled by ports have shown poor growth for both, 2.3% and 0.8% respectively in July to September 2010
  48. 48. The country is still facing constraints in allocating sufficient capital to transport infrastructure
  49. 49. A strong GDP growth, along with increased manufacturing and trade related activities to provide an opportunity to a larger traffic movement, both in passenger and cargo</li></ul>“growth in production of commercial vehicles has led to job generation”<br />Total Jobs : 37,400 <br />
  50. 50. Employment trendssector wise – Real Estate & Construction <br />17<br />Between July and December 2010, the Real Estate and Construction sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 105,000<br /><ul><li>The sector was one of the most important contributors to the country’s employment base during July to September quarter, of which, the construction sector was the major contributor
  51. 51. Residential segment witnessed a substantial activity in terms of new project launches and price appreciation. In previous quarters, affordable housing was the prime focus of the developers across regions
  52. 52. In the last quarter, premium sectors have also been in demand, which has led to a confident real estate sector that is expected to grow further
  53. 53. The growth in real estate in Tier-II and Tier-III cities is mainly due to increase in demand for organised realty and availability of land at affordable prices in these cities
  54. 54. Infrastructure development in the country, including the activities in NCR region due to Commonwealth Games 2010 has also contributed</li></ul>“booming hospitality and retail sectors, clubbed with increased demand for office space has led to growth in the sector resulting in significant increase in number of jobs”<br />Total Jobs : 150,512 <br />
  55. 55. Employment trendssector wise - Hospitality<br />18<br />Between July and December 2010, the Hospitality sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 102,800<br /><ul><li>Hospitality sector has grown tremendously during the last six months
  56. 56. According to DIPP, FDI inflows were pegged at US$ 2.17 billion from April 2010 to September 2010 in the hotel sector in India
  57. 57. India’s hotel pipeline is the second largest in the Asia-Pacific region
  58. 58. Indian hospitality industry is projected to grow at a rate of 8.8 per cent by 2016, placing India as the second-fastest growing tourism market in the world
  59. 59. Initiatives like massive investment in hotel infrastructure and open-sky policies made by the government are all aimed at propelling growth
  60. 60. Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India during the period January-October 2010 were at 4.32 million at a growth rate of 9.9 per cent
  61. 61. Foreign Exchange Earnings from tourism has also increased significantly at US$ 1.18 billion in October 2010
  62. 62. Government has allowed 100 per cent foreign investment under the “automatic route” in the hotel and tourism related industry. - According to the Consolidated FDI Policy released by DIPP, Ministry of Commerce and Industry</li></ul>“a large number of approvals for new hotels in the past months have boosted the prospects further and this is likely to result in substantial job creation in the near future”<br />Total Jobs : 165,700 <br />
  63. 63. Employment trendssector wise – Media & Entertainment<br />19<br />Between July and December 2010, the Media and Entertainment sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 58,200<br /><ul><li>The media sector has also grown significantly during the second quarter and is expected to grow at a higher scale
  64. 64. Radio is expected to grow at 12.2 per cent over 2010-14
  65. 65. Internet is tipped to grow by 20.1 per cent over the next five years
  66. 66. Gaming is another component which is expected to grow at 25.2 per cent in the next five years.
  67. 67. Television advertising is expected to grow 20% in 2011 and print advertising by 7%
  68. 68. Large scale opportunities lie in those sub-areas of digital distribution platforms for TV such as DTH, digital music platforms, digital media advertising (internet, mobile and digital signage) and global cinema content</li></ul>“demographic and economic factors are fuelling the rapid growth in Indian entertainment and media sector leading to growth in employment figures”<br />Total Jobs : 87,100 <br />
  69. 69. Employment trendssector wise – Non-machinery Manufacturing<br />20<br />Between July and December 2010, the Non-machinery Manufacturing sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 46,500<br /><ul><li>A positive growth momentum of the second quarter continued for the third quarter and is expected to grow further in the coming months
  70. 70. Textiles sector, especially Other Fibre Textiles and Cotton Textiles, have grown at a much higher rate during the last two quarters
  71. 71. Output growth for Food Products was at about 13% during the second and third quarters of 2010
  72. 72. Apart from these, Metal Products & Parts and Rubber, Plastic, Petroleum and Coal products subsectors have grown by 35.5% and 15.8% respectively
  73. 73. An improvement in the export market has also acted as a booster for the sector
  74. 74. Lower inflation rate can help this sector to grow further</li></ul>“Textiles, Food Products, Metal Products, Rubber, Plastic, Petroleum are some of the sectors that have contributed to job generation”<br />Total Jobs : 69,000 <br />
  75. 75. Employment trendssector wise – Manufacturing of Machinery & Equipments<br />21<br />Between July and December 2010, the Manufacturing – Machinery and Equipments sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 17,300<br /><ul><li>Index of Industrial productions (IIP) has shown significant increase in industrial activities for this sector
  76. 76. The sector recorded a higher growth during the 3rd quarter of the year compared to the second quarter
  77. 77. Machinery and Equipment (other than Transport Equipments sector) have grown by 26.3% during the first five months of the financial year as against 9.8% during the previous year
  78. 78. The growth at this level for Capital goods sector shows strong fundamentals for investment in the country.
  79. 79. Transport Equipments and Parts sector has also grown by 26.0% as against 9.4% during previous year
  80. 80. The growth of consumer durables has been impressive at a level of 27%</li></ul>“a combination of factors including the fiscal stimulus has played an important role in boosting this sector”<br />Total Jobs : 24,600 <br />
  81. 81. Employment trendssector wise – Education, Training & Consultancy<br />22<br />Between July and December 2010, the Education, Training and Consulting sector is generating an additional employment to the tune of 49,200<br /><ul><li>This sector continues to be one of the largest contributor to the employment base of the country
  82. 82. The continuous growing demand for training, research and consultancy is adding significant employment
  83. 83. Adding new teachers at the school and college levels by various State governments has been another source of employment generation
  84. 84. The stance of the government to double teaching infrastructure will encourage new investments from private players in the sector
  85. 85. Recently the government of Andhra Pradesh has taken a decision to recruit more than 50,000 teachers to fill the vacancies in the government aided schools of the States. Initiatives like these will act as a great booster for the sector</li></ul>“increase in demand for the private sector educational institutes will see this sector adding more number of jobs in the coming years”<br />Total Jobs : 83,400 <br />
  86. 86. <ul><li>Grown to be the largest HR service provider in India
  87. 87. Part of Randstad Holdings NV, a Fortune 450 company present in 44 countries
  88. 88. Revenue grew to Rs. 7885 million (2009) as against Rs.7863 million (2008) reflecting a CAGR of 66% over the last 17 years
  89. 89. Worked with over 250 Fortune 500 organizations
  90. 90. 1,581 FTEs and over 60,000 on deputation
  91. 91. 3,10,654 placed in 36 countries, incl. 1235 in GM and above levels
  92. 92. Value / Process driven - ISO 9001:2008 Certification obtained from TUV
  93. 93. 59 offices in 50 locations</li></ul>Profile of Ma Foi Randstad<br />
  94. 94. Profile of Randstad<br /><ul><li>Randstad was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Diemen, the Netherlands. Randstad Holding is listed on the NYSE, Euronext Amsterdam exchange, where options for stocks in Randstad are also traded
  95. 95. Since acquiring Vedior in 2008, the Randstad Group is the second largest HR services provider in the world with top three positions in Argentina, Belgium & Luxembourg, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Greece & Cyprus, India, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the UK, as well as major positions in Australia and the United States
  96. 96. Randstad has over 25,500 employees working from 4,100 branches and in house locations in 44 countries around the world
  97. 97. Randstad generated a revenue of € 12.4 billion in 2009
  98. 98. We offer an extensive portfolio of HR services, from regular temporary staffing and permanent placement to on site consultants, seconded specialists, recruitment of middle and senior managers and a comprehensive range of specialized HR services</li></ul>Staffing<br />Inhouse services<br />Professionals<br />Search & Selection<br />HR Solutions<br />24<br />
  99. 99. Randstad Global Presence<br />
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