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National Recuitment Conference 2013 - Update

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Peter Cosgrove, President of the NRF's talk at the NRF Conference 2013

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National Recuitment Conference 2013 - Update

  1. 1. NRF update andRecruitment overviewDate: April 25th Speaker: Peter Cosgrove
  2. 2. AGENDA• NRF Update• Global Update on Recruitment• Ireland Update• Future Trends• Conclusion
  3. 3. NRF UPDATE
  4. 4. What has theNRF ever donefor us?
  5. 5. Membership83% of theindustry95% of theindustry20132010
  6. 6. Media5 Articlesin nationalpress40 Articlesin nationalpress20132010
  7. 7. Awards attendees120attended308attended20132010
  8. 8. Conference attendees120 220+20132010
  9. 9. Profit/ Loss-12,500 + 14,00020132012
  10. 10. One on one meetings with members5 per year 40+ peryear20132010 20132010
  11. 11. Breakfast briefings6 briefings25 (average)attendees2013201012 briefings60 (average)attendeesFEEDBACK RATING 4.1/ 5
  12. 12. EducationNoprogramme213certified20132010
  13. 13. Garda Vetting~30,000 people vetted since20102013
  14. 14. RepresentationEvents NRFspeaking at orattending on behalfof the industry
  15. 15. GLOBAL UPDATE ON RECRUITMENT
  16. 16. Key figures of the industry• 140,000 employment agencies /179,000 branches• Global turnover -€ 259 billion• Japan and the USA are the global country leaders• Europe has 40% of total worldwide sales revenues.• 46 million agency workers were employed by privateagencies across the globe
  17. 17. 140,000 agencies worldwide
  18. 18. All the bigplayers do a lotmore thanrecruitment
  19. 19. Correlation between GDP and use of agency workAgency workershelp jobs growth
  20. 20. 12.9 million gained work through an agency in the US
  21. 21. Agencies: Are the following factors good orbad for you?
  22. 22. Agencies: What marketing tactic has bestbang-for-buck?
  23. 23. Clients – what would you like agencies toimprove?
  24. 24. Clients – how do you hear of agencies thatyou use?Don’t ignore alltraditionalmethods
  25. 25. IRELAND UPDATE
  26. 26. IRELAND UPDATE
  27. 27. Ireland data from survey• Ireland agency turnover 1.6 billion (1.4billion)• 69, 700 Temps (55,000)• Perm placements 26,000 (21,000)Margins aredecreasinghowever…
  28. 28. Ireland data from survey• Industry Expectations: 14% growth in 2013
  29. 29. FUTURE TRENDS
  30. 30. The competitors keep coming
  31. 31. DecentralisedPreferredSupplierMasterVendorManagedServicesTotal TalentManagementEvolving contingent models..
  32. 32. OnlineBecoming a keycandidateacquisitionchannel
  33. 33. #nowthatchersdead: Fans Think Cher Died After Thatcher
  34. 34. Trend happeningin the US
  35. 35. Clients: Clever SourcingIf agencies arenot innovative,clients will usetheir inhouseteams
  36. 36. Clients: Clever Sourcing
  37. 37. Using Data
  38. 38. The power ofdata - How dataalerted a store toa teenager beingpregnant
  39. 39. Image: © EntropiaGaming – thisvirtual asteroidsold for 330,000dollars at auction!
  40. 40. RMS AND PLAGUEINC.RMS insertedtheir logo intothe game“plague” – greatfor graduateengagement
  41. 41. The “candidate experience”
  42. 42. CONCLUSION
  43. 43. • Opportunities are global but the reverse is true also• Quality critical to clients• Industry evolving faster than ever (RPO, online, technology)• Agency workers will continue to rise• Innovation is key• Don’t ignore the candidate experience….its still a great place to workTakeaways
  44. 44. Maimonides Eight Levels of Charity(2) To give to the poor knowing to whom one gives, but without therecipient knowing from who he received(3) Giving anonymously to a known recipient(4) Giving publicly to an unknown recipient(5) Giving before being asked.(6) Giving adequately after being asked.(7) Giving willingly, but inadequately(8) When one gives unwillingly(1) The greatest level is to support someone with a gift or loan orentering into a partnership with him or finding employment for him so thathe is no longer dependent up on other
  45. 45. Thank You@petercosgrove

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