Résultats de l'enquête WW de Antal International sur l'emploi

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Published on January 24, 2014

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Résultats de l'enquête trimestrielle à Janvier 2014 de Antal International Network.
Pays par Pays, Secteur par Secteur, voici les tendances de l'emploi pour maintenant et le trimestre prochain.

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Contents Introduction Introduction Summary Heat Map Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Interesting Facts Page 4 The Local Picture Western Europe Asia Pacific Austria, Belgium, Denmark & France Germany, Italy, Netherlands & Portugal Spain, Switzerland, UK & Scandinavia Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 China, India & Japan Malaysia & Singapore Page 12 Page 13 The Americas CEE & Eurasia Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic & Hungary Poland, Romania, Russia & Turkey Page 8 Page 9 USA & Canada Brazil, Chile, Mexico & Others Page 14 Page 15 Middle East & Africa Egypt, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & UAE Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa & Other Page 10 Page 11 Key Sectors Most Active Hiring Sectors Page 16 & 17 Western Europe Germany Italy Netherlands Spain UK Middle East & Africa Page 18 & 19 Page 20 & 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 CEE & Eurasia Hungary Poland Romania UAE South Africa Page 29 Page 30 Asia Pacific China India Singapore Page 31 & 32 Page 33 Page 34 Page 25 Page 26 & 27 Page 28 Disciplines and Functions Conclusions Expecting to HIRE Expecting to FIRE Winners & Losers by Regions, Countries & Sectors Page 35 & 36 Page 37 & 38 Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January Page 39, 40 & 41 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Introduction The ‘Antal Global Snapshot’ is a regular survey that determines hiring and firing intentions in some of the world’s key employment markets. Started in summer 2008, this fifteenth report in the series is based upon material sourced from over 10,500 organisations, in 40 key countries on five continents in commerce, industry and the financial services sector. We hope you find it both interesting and useful. Chairman and Founder Antal International About Antal International Antal International is a leading global search and selection specialist, which works with professional and managerial talent across the globe. Every day we help businesses all around the world find the rare talent they need to drive their success. We utilise our extensive global network to carry out cross border work and bring a unique perspective to the recruitment sector. We do this with over 500 experts, from 130 offices in more than 30 countries globally. Methodology This edition of the ‘Antal Global Snapshot’ is based upon survey forms and telephone interviews completed by line managers and HR managers in 10,665 companies, professional partnerships and financial institutions across more than 40 countries in November and December 2013. Each respondent was asked whether they were currently hiring or letting go of professional/managerial staff and whether they intended to do so over the coming quarter. All respondents were guaranteed anonymity to encourage open and honest answers. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 1 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

THE ‘ANTAL GLOBAL SNAPSHOT’ Market stabilises Overall global hiring figures at managerial and professional level are slightly down again. In June, Global Snapshot research found 54% of organisations across the world were currently hiring, however since then this has dropped slightly to 51%. So is this a sign that the comeback from the global recession isn’t as strong as we first thought? We don’t think so. The news is awash with signs of positivity spilling from nations as diverse as China to Canada. The recovery of some of the world’s less stable economies is also promising. Ireland, for example, has shown encouraging signs of growth following a very difficult few years, while the Czech economy recorded the second highest current hiring levels in the world, indicating a possible return to prosperity for the Eurozone. So if this is the case, why haven’t employment figures increased? Listening to reports from our global network of offices, we believe that many businesses are concentrating on remaining stable; they don’t want to risk a repeat of what happened following the collapse of Lehman Brothers. This means that organisations are being more considered when it comes to hiring and firing. Many are now recognising the significance of talent management and the importance (and value) of retaining professionals. This explains the drop in firing figures from the previous edition of the Snapshot. Currently, only 16% of the organisations questioned across the globe are letting go of staff, a 3% reduction from June 2013, and indicative of increasing steadiness in the global economy. It will be interesting to see who makes the first move. Many companies may find themselves well-prepared for a return to prosperity and once patience wears thin and they begin to move forward again; we could see a real demand for professionals. Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey have recently been listed as four emerging economic giants, could it be them leading the way in the global talent battleground? While that remains to be seen, what we do know is the market is primed and ready for growth; it just needs someone to make the first move. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 2 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

THE ‘ANTAL GLOBAL SNAPSHOT’ Expecting to Hire in the coming quarter Global Heat Map Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Interesting facts China tops list for current hiring – 57% - With the second largest economy in the world it’s hardly surprising that China leads the way in current recruitment. We’re all aware of the intense growth the APAC giant has gone through and this is reflected in the extremely positive results shown in this edition of the Snapshot. Leading the way are the automotive and banking industries. Both have taken significant steps over the past few years to expand and in 2009 the Chinese car industry overtook the USA to become the biggest producer in the world and now manufactures more automobiles than the Americans and Japan combined. While this expansion has been impressive, Chinese businesses in this sector have recently been focusing on how to widen their markets and make the motor industry truly global. The encouraging employment figures could possibly be related to this as organisations look to recruit specialist talent who possess the knowledge and experience to make this happen. Robert Maguire, Managing Partner - Antal APAC Region Middle East expected to hire most in next quarter - 64% - UAE is going through a period of phenomenal business growth. Dubai recently won its bid to host the World Expo and is now developing an enormous site to host the six-month long event in 2020. This is expected to attract over 25 million visitors from all over the world. Elsewhere, neighbouring Qatar will be hosting the World Cup in 2022 for which the state is preparing an enormous infrastructure. These high profile events combined with huge developments in Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia are the major economic growth drivers in the region. As a result of this investment the construction and property sector is back on track and there’s been significant money spent on developing the FMCG, services and manufacturing sectors. The regional airlines from this part of the world are also faring well, particularly Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways which are continuing to invest in expansion. Nizar Lalani, Managing Partner - Antal Gulf Region IT and Manufacturing 2 nd and 3 rd globally. What a difference a year makes. This time last year there was a lot of doubt around the economy and this was most certainly felt in the manufacturing sector. Many companies were hesitant to invest in new talent and in many cases they looked internally to fill the positions. As the year progressed it was quite obvious that confidence was beginning to return and vacancies were becoming more prevalent within the sector. What hasn’t changed is that the market place for good manufacturing management and technical skills is still very much candidate driven. The turmoil caused by the recessive period has led to a migration of skills from one sector to another depending on where the demand was. A perfect example of this is the automotive sector. It lost a huge number of employees to medical devices, aerospace and other manufacturing sectors, only to need them all back and more. The sector has boomed in the last year and the larger OEM’s are sucking up the talent from their supply chains, which obviously isn’t sustainable. The solution to this is to know where the transferrable skills exist and how to source them, which is where we come in. Lee Narraway, Managing Partner - Antal Warrington, UK Egypt has the highest planned recruitment for next quarter – 74% - Perhaps the most impressive results from this edition of the Snapshot have come from Egypt. The country, which has been gripped by civil unrest since the Arab Spring of 2011, has recorded the highest levels of planned recruitment for the next quarter indicating renewed optimism in the economy and soon to be elected government. Parliamentary and presidential elections are planned for the first quarter of 2014 with referendums expected that will alter political military, human rights and religious laws to hopefully create more stability in the North African nation. These figures could ultimately be even more impressive as Egypt is notorious for having millions of undocumented workers. Ahmed Saleh, Managing Partner - Antal Egypt Africa region has the lowest current firing rate – 12% - Africa has been considered by many commentators to be the poor relation to other emerging markets, such as APAC and Latin America, when it comes to employment potential. However this appears as if it could be about to change. The continued development of infrastructure combined with the increased use of technology in fields like banking and telecommunications and the effective exploitation of natural resources has meant that many African nations are now not only looking to hire staff, but also retain them. Currently only 8% of businesses in South Africa and Nigeria are letting go of talent, significantly below the global average. While this figure is encouraging, much of the retention could be attributed to a lack of experienced and qualified professionals who possess international experience being available. It comes as no surprise that South Africa, as the largest market on the continent, possesses the joint best staff retention levels. Tied in first place with them is Nigeria, one of the fastest growing economies in the world and recently listed as one of the ‘MINT’ nations by Goldman Sachs’ Jim O’Neill. What this means is the second largest continent in the world could soon have two major global economies, further cementing its growth potential. Results from other key African countries also indicate optimism in the markets, highlighting the potential that Africa has to grow, as a staggering 70% of businesses reported they are currently hiring. Alan Russell, Managing Partner - Antal South Africa

The local picture from Western Europe Western Europe reported stable results on the whole as 35% of organisations are currently hiring. While this is below the global average of 51%, the figures are relatively positive given the Eurozone’s long-standing problems, as the rate at which companies are letting go of talent is in line with the worldwide trend. Future stability is predicted as both hiring and firing are expected to remain level in the next quarter. Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Austria The job market is currently faring well in Austria. The percentage of companies currently firing at managerial and professional level has dropped from 48% down to 31% while anticipated staff losses are also down 7% from January 2013’s figures indicating increased confidence in the economy. While hiring has dropped off, these figures can indicate a return to normal business levels for companies in Austria as they look to stabilise in the wake of problems in the Eurozone. 28% 33% 31% 43% 38% 22% Belgium The percentage of companies expecting to hire has dropped since the previous edition of the Snapshot however the number of companies letting staff go, and expecting to, in the next quarter has also been reduced. Currently 38% of organisations are actively firing, representing a drop of 16% from the previous figures, whilst there’s been a 3% drop in organisations expecting to let professionals go in the next quarter. However, on a more positive note, more than half of the companies questioned are hiring or are expecting to hire in the coming months. 33% 29% Denmark The employment market in Denmark is showing promising signs of growth as the number of companies letting people go at managerial and professional level has dropped significantly since January 2013. Currently 45% of Danish organisations are reducing their staff numbers; however this represents a drop of 19% from the figures in January 2013. The outlook remains positive for the coming quarter as just 23% are intending to let people go, a fall of 12% since the previous edition of the Snapshot. 36% 45% 27% 23% France Hiring levels have jumped significantly over the past year in France as 53% of organisations are currently hiring and expect to hire in the next quarter. This is a huge improvement of 15% in current recruitment and a 12% growth in anticipated employment. It also represents a score 2% higher than the global average and 18% above the average for Western Europe. Currently more companies are letting go of people than this time six months ago, where a 4% increase has been seen. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 5 53% 53% 42% 35% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from Western Europe Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Germany The German employment market has shown signs of progress as the nation’s economy continues to thrive in comparison to its EU partners. The percentage of companies currently letting staff go is down 5% from this point in June 2013, whilst the level of organisations currently hiring has remained stable from January 2013. These figures should be set to improve as the country looks to drive reform in the EU, and the ECB (European Central Bank) looks set to hire 1,000 extra banking staff in Frankfurt in the coming months. 30% 26% 11% 9% 15% 13% 20% 20% Italy The outlook in Italy continues to improve as 41% of organisations are currently hiring, a 7% improvement on Snapshot results from January 2013. In other positive results, only 15% of organisations are currently reducing their staff, 1% below the global average, and predicted to drop a further 2% in the next three months. A third of the companies surveyed are expecting to hire in the coming quarter, showing similar figures to the previous two Snapshots. 41% 33% Netherlands Figures from The Netherlands show increased activity in almost all areas. The number of companies currently hiring has risen steeply up to 38%, a 6% improvement on the June 2013 Snapshot and representing a vast improvement on the 22% predicted in the last edition. Increased hiring is also expected in the next quarter as 44% are expecting to take on new professionals, representing a growth of 16%. 38% 44% Portugal As the Portuguese business environment continues its sluggish improvement, the number of companies expecting to get rid of staff has dropped since the previous edition of the Snapshot. Currently 39% are actively losing staff, 5% less than projected in June 2013. It’s predicted that this figure will significantly drop in the coming quarter as just 26% of organisations are expecting to let staff go. Figures have remained relatively stable when it comes to hiring as 37% are currently hiring, the same as six months ago, while 29% are expected to hire in the next 3 months. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 6 37% 29% 39% 26% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from Western Europe Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Spain Recruitment in Spain has stayed at a relatively stable level as around a third of organisations are currently hiring, a similar figure to those reported in the previous two Snapshots. More optimism is seen in the firing figures as just 25% are currently letting staff go, down 11% on previous predictions made in June 2013. More stability is expected in the next quarter as 23% are looking to hire, while only 20% are expecting to lose staff. 27% 23% 25% 20% Switzerland The Snapshot of the Swiss employment market has returned positive results as firing levels drop significantly from June 2013. Currently, 26% are firing at a managerial and professional level, a 14% drop from 6 months ago. Hiring has remained relatively stable with around half (47%) recruiting, 3% less than was expected. In the coming quarter 37% of companies are predicting they will take on senior level staff. 47% 37% 26% 14% United Kingdom Hiring levels in the UK are optimistic as 56% of organisations are currently recruiting, a 3% increase on the prediction made in June 2013 and in line with positive results found by the CBI (The Confederation of British Industry) at the end of the year. This is expected to remain stable in the coming months as 49% are expecting to recruit at a managerial and professional level in the next quarter. In other results, the percentage of companies letting staff go remained at 41%, the same level as the last edition of the Snapshot in June 2013. This is expected to drop to 28% in the first three months of 2014. 56% 49% 41% 28% Other Scandinavia Employment levels in the Nordic countries continue to be inconsistent as results highlight the ever changing market. Currently 41% of organisations are hiring in the region, which represents a drop from figures shown in June 2013. These numbers may have been affected by reports from Norway that the government was raiding oil funds to prop up the economy, a concerning sign for any business looking to invest. However, the instability within the job market looks set to end, as predictions for the coming quarter see firing rates return to a normal level from the spike experienced in some Nordic countries over the past year. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 7 73% 41% 43% 39% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from the Central Europe & Eurasia The Central Europe and Eurasia region recorded some of the most positive results from this edition of the Snapshot. Currently 56% of organisations are hiring and this is expected to remain level in the coming months, meaning current and future employment levels are well above the global average. Firing levels have remained low at 17% and this is expected to drop further to 16% in the next quarter. Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Bulgaria As with many other Eastern-European countries, the Bulgarian job market is faring well as 54% of companies are currently hiring at managerial and professional level. These results are well ahead of predictions made in the June 2013 Snapshot where 30% reported they would be hiring in the next quarter. Current firing levels have dropped significantly with 22% reporting they are losing staff at the moment; this represents a drop of 8% from the previous edition. 54% 45% 22% 17% Croatia Employment levels in Croatia have remained healthy as only 12% of organisations are currently letting people go. While this represents a 3% growth since June it is still remarkably low, 4% lower than the global average. In an economy populated by micro-companies, it’s also encouraging to see hiring levels stabilise at 37%. This is expected to remain at around the same level in the next quarter. 37% 34% 12% 20% Czech Republic The Czech employment market has maintained its strength shown in the previous two editions of the Snapshot as 65% of organisations are currently hiring. This is well above the European average and represents the second highest global score, behind the booming Chinese economy. These results are in line with predictions made in June 2013 and indicate that growth should continue as 57% report they will be hiring in the next quarter. The rest of the employment market is also extremely active as 43% of businesses are currently letting professional level staff go. This number is expected to drop in the coming months. 65% 57% 43% 35% Hungary Hungarian recruitment levels are relatively low as 24% of organisations are currently hiring. However, this is expected to grow by 4% in the next quarter, reflecting the improvement in the much troubled economy. Firing levels have dropped to 16% from 18% in the June Snapshot. This represents a total reduction of 5% from the January 2013 edition and is in line with the global average. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 8 24% 28% 16% 13% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from the Central Europe & Eurasia Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Poland The European Union’s largest Eastern economy continued to show signs of growth as 64% of companies are currently hiring at managerial and professional level. This increased recruitment activity is expected to continue into the next quarter with 63% indicating they will be hiring. These results represent an increase of 12% in current hiring levels and 15% in anticipated future employment, reflecting the optimism shown in the Polish markets. This positivity will be warmly greeted in the country after thousands of protesters marched through Warsaw in September demanding action against Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s government for failing to tackle unemployment. Firing levels in Poland have dipped below the global average and are expected to remain stable in the coming quarter. 64% 63% 13% 14% 20% 25% Romania Recruitment activity has remained at a relatively stable level in Romania as 44% of organisations are currently hiring, a reduction of just 4% on June’s Snapshot figures. Hiring in the next quarter is expected to return to the same level as June 2013, while just 20% of employers are currently letting staff go, a reduction of 11%. This is expected to rise slightly over the next three months as 25% of businesses are planning redundancies at managerial and professional level. 44% 48% Russia The employment market in Russia remains active with 56% of businesses currently hiring staff. This is above the global average figure and shows encouraging signs for the increasingly important economy. This optimism looks set to continue in the coming quarter as 47% report they will be hiring in the next few months. Firing levels have remained at a stable level, although this is set to drop to 21% in the next quarter, representing increasing stability in the economy. 56% 47% 38% 21% Turkey The Turkish employment market continues to contract as disappointing results are shown for the second Snapshot in a row. Current hiring levels are down 9% from June 2013 while anticipated hiring has dropped by 17%. The percentage of organisations currently firing professional and managerial staff stands at 64%, however, this is expected to drop down to 45% in the next quarter, bringing the figure somewhat closer to the regional average. Much of this negativity in the economy can be traced back to the ongoing corruption scandal currently hitting the Eurasian nation. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 9 64% 41% 36% 45% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from the Middle East & Africa The Middle East & Africa region reported positive results on the whole, in part due to a number of Middle East countries performing above expectations. When taken as an average, the figures highlight optimism in the markets. Currently 50% of organisations are hiring, while only 14% are letting talent go. These results are expected to grow substantially in the next quarter as 56% of businesses have reported they will hire in the coming months with only 10% shrinking their staff numbers, highlighting the growth that many MEA business owners are expecting to experience. Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Egypt The Egyptian employment market remains healthy as results indicate growth from this time last year. Currently 55% of employers are hiring at managerial and professional level, up 4% from the January 2013 Snapshot. This figure is expected to rise to a staggering 74% over the next quarter as organisations look to strengthen their ranks in the New Year. This is made even more impressive when the ongoing civil war is taken into account. Current firing levels continue to drop down to 26% from 44% in January 2013, a figure that is expected to remain flat into the New Year. 74% 55% 26% 26% Qatar Recruitment activity has dropped slightly in Qatar as 48% of employers say they’re currently looking to recruit, a 4% reduction from figures recorded in the June 2013 Snapshot and slightly below the anticipated level. However, this could improve in the future, as results indicate 59% of businesses will be looking to recruit managerial level talent in the next three months. Firing remains low, and is expected to drop further, as the country’s businesses look to hold on to professionals, possibly to meet the demand for the highprofile projects coming up in the Arab state, such as the World Cup 2022. 48% 59% 18% 7% Saudi Arabia The Saudi Arabian job market has indicated promising signs of growth as recruitment levels are well above those shown in the June 2013 Snapshot. Currently 51% of employers are hiring, an 8% increase from the June figures and in line with those predicted in that edition. Anticipated hiring has also increased as 66% of organisations are expecting to recruit in the coming three months. Firing levels have continued to remain low as just 19% of organisations are currently letting go of talent, 6% below the score recorded in January 2013. 51% 66% 19% 9% United Arab Emirates Employment levels within the United Arab Emirates have shown healthy signs of growth from the previous two editions of the Snapshot. Currently 57% of organisations are hiring, an increase of 13% from June 2013. This figure is expected to rise to 63% in the next quarter. Firing levels in the UAE continue to fall, down to 13%, a 16% drop from January 2013. This is predicted to decrease to 6% in the next quarter, representing a score 9% below the global average. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 10 57% 63% 13% 6% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from the Middle East & Africa Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Ghana Recruitment in Ghana proved stagnant in 2013 as the running battle over President Mahama’s legitimacy as leader of the African nation impacted the job market. Current recruitment dropped to 20%, although as the country stabilises this is expected to rise by 10%. Firing has also fallen 20%, and is expected to half again over the next quarter indicating increased optimism in the economy in 2014. 20% 30% 20% 10% Nigeria The employment market in Nigeria continues to show signs of growth as 54% of organisations are currently hiring, 3% above the national average and expected to remain stable in the next quarter. This positivity comes off the back of the news that Nigeria has been listed as one of the ‘MINT’ countries, by Goldman Sachs’ Jim O’Neill, an indication of the potential of its emerging economy. Firing levels have dropped significantly to 23%, a reduction of 27% year-on-year, and are expected to drop to 8% over the coming months. 54% 54% 23% 8% South Africa After posting extremely positive results for the past two Snapshots, the South African job market has dropped slightly as 43% of organisations say they are currently hiring, a reduction of 4% year-on-year. This is expected to grow to 44% in the next quarter while current firing levels stay at 9% and are expected to remain flat in the next three months, indicating increasing stability within the market. 43% 44% 9% 8% Other Africa Employment markets in some other parts of Africa are faring well as 70% of businesses report they are currently hiring at managerial and professional level. This is a rise of 4% on the figures from the June 2013 Snapshot and is well above the global average (51%). The percentage of organisations letting go of staff has dropped by 5%, however this is predicted to grow significantly in the next quarter. Current firing levels are 4% lower than the worldwide trend. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 11 70% 56% 19% 15% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from Asia Pacific The Asia Pacific region has recorded the highest average hiring levels in the world. Currently, 57% of companies report they are recruiting at a managerial and professional level, 6% above the global average. However, this is expected to drop by 3% in the next quarter. Firing levels are also relatively low as only 19% are currently letting staff go. Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? China The Chinese employment market remains extremely strong as the country’s economy continues to expand. There’s been a growth of 12% in companies currently hiring, the highest global figure found in this year’s Snapshot. This is expected to remain stable over the course of the next three months as 62% of businesses say they’re expecting to hire over this period. Firing levels remain low at 20%, although this is also expected to rise in the next quarter. 67% 62% 20% 20% 14% 16% India The percentage of organisations currently hiring has remained stable from the January 2013 Snapshot as 38% of companies reported they are actively employing at a managerial and professional level. In other results, 39% of businesses say they will be hiring in the coming quarter, representing a drop of 4% year-on-year. The most positive news to come from India is that only 14% of organisations are currently letting people go at managerial and professional level, half the figures reported in the June 2013 edition. 38% 39% Japan Japan’s economy continues to display strong signs of growth as just 18% of businesses are currently firing staff, a reduction of 19% from January 2013. Elsewhere, the results show stability as over a quarter of companies are actively hiring at a managerial and professional level at the moment. This figure is expected to rise to 36% for the next quarter, in line with the positive results shown by some of Japan’s neighbouring countries. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 12 27% 36% 18% 9% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from Asia Pacific Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Malaysia Recruitment activity in Malaysia is in line with the global average as 51% of companies in the country are currently hiring. This is expected to drop to 32% for the next quarter, although this reduction could be attributed to improved job retention in the key APAC nation. The percentage of businesses currently shedding staff has fallen from 14% to 8%, representing the lowest firing rate in the world; this is expected to drop even further to 5% in the coming quarter. 51% 32% 8% 5% 14% 14% Singapore Recruitment levels in Singapore have shown growth from the June edition of the Snapshot as 41% of organisations are currently hiring at a managerial and professional level. This number is predicted to climb to 45% in the next quarter highlighting growth in the state’s economy. Firing levels have slightly increased from the June 2013 Snapshot; however this is still at a relatively low 14%. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 13 41% 45% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from The Americas Employment levels in North America have shown some signs of growth as the percentage of organisations currently recruiting climbs above the global average to 53%. However, current firing levels are also above the worldwide trend at 36% and this is expected to grow to 44% in the coming months, highlighting more volatility in the North American nations’ economies. Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? United States There has once again been little variation in the USA from the previous two surveys as recruitment figures stay relatively flat compared to their global counterparts. Employment has dropped by 1% from January 2013 while current firing levels have remained at 34%, indicating stability in the market. Future hiring and firing also appears to be stable as 47% of organisations have reported they will be employing managerial and professional talent in the next three months. Firing levels are predicted to drop to 26% in the next three months as the nation continues to recover from the global recession. 51% 47% 34% 26% Canada The employment market in Canada remains highly active as 60% of organisations are currently hiring, slightly down on estimates made in June 2013. However, currently only 45% of businesses are actively letting go of staff, 10% lower than predictions from the previous Snapshot. Further hiring activity is expected in the next quarter as 45% of companies believe they will hire in the next three months. Most impressively, only 5% of Canadian organisations surveyed believe they will let go of staff in the next quarter, a 39% reduction year-on-year. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 14 60% 45% 45% 5% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The local picture from The Americas Latin American results have remained relatively stable overall as 48% of businesses are currently looking to hire more talent. This is expected to drop by 6% in the next quarter. Firing levels remain flat as 43% of companies report they are losing staff at the moment, this figure is expected to be carried into the next quarter. Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Mexico The Mexican employment market has shown small signs of growth since the January 2013 Snapshot with 47% of organisations reporting they’re currently hiring at managerial and professional level. This represents a 1% increase year-on-year but is down on predictions made in June 2013. Firing levels have dropped by 5% since this edition of the Snapshot and this is expected to drop further in the next three months. 47% 40% 29% 24% Brazil The Brazilian recruitment market continues to improve year-onyear as 48% of organisations are currently hiring at managerial and professional level, a 2% jump from figures shown in January 2013’s Snapshot. Firing levels have remained steady, highlighting increasing stability within the Brazilian economy as 39% of companies are getting rid of staff. This represents a growth of 1% from the June Snapshot and is expected to drop to 19% in the next few months, potentially due to businesses looking to hang on to talent in the run up to the World Cup in the summer. 48% 35% 39% 55% 50% 19% Chile Over half of the organisations questioned in Chile are currently hiring at managerial and professional level, in line with predictions made in the June Snapshot. This is higher than both the global and regional average and should remain stable in the next quarter where a further 55% of businesses expect to hire. Firing levels have also risen slightly; currently 50% of companies are letting go of staff with this figure expected to drop significantly in the next three months. 55% 27% Other South America Hiring in the rest of Latin America has remained stable since the previous edition of the Snapshot in June 2013. Currently, 42% of companies are employing at managerial and professional level although this is expected to drop by 4% in the next quarter. Firing levels have dropped to 38% from 42% and this figure is predicted to reduce further, to 25% over the next quarter. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 15 42% 38% 38% 25% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Most active hiring sectors over the coming quarter Western Europe Retail - Shops 92% E-commerce & Social Networking IT - Hardware 92% Luxury Goods 79% Metals & Mining 79% Chemicals 91% Banking Education 90% Electronics 85% 65% Law firms 89% 51% 51% Media 85% Utilities Clothing, Fashion 85% Real Estate, Property Hospitality 85% SSC/BPO Insurance 85% 43% 35% Public Sector (Governmental) 31% Scandinavia IT - Software 96% Consumer Goods 38% Logistics 96% Energy - Renewables 38% Healthcare 38% Basic Materials 75% Automotive 58% Construction 21% Electronics 58% Energy - Oil & Gas 21% Telecommunicatio ns 58% Pharmaceuticals 21% Security Services, Defence 21% Utilities 21% Accounting 38% Agriculture 38% CEE & Eurasia FMCG IT - Software Real Estate, Property 84% Law firms 82% Luxury Goods 82% Security Services, Defence Page 16 84% Public Sector (Governmental) 94% 84% E-commerce & Social Networking 95% 86% Clothing, Fashion 96% Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 90% SSC/BPO 96% Energy - Oil & Gas 90% Hospitality 99% Consumer Goods Banking Education 99% 82% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Most active hiring sectors over the coming quarter Middle East Automotive 100% Agriculture 99% FMCG 99% IT - Software 99% Retail - Shops 99% Manufacturing 98% Utilities 76% Accounting 70% Consumer Goods 70% Electronics 70% Pharmaceuticals 70% 97% Real Estate, Property 70% 96% Construction Healthcare Media 59% IT - Hardware 87% Education Telecommunications 59% 87% Energy - Oil & Gas E-commerce & Social Networking 86% 59% Metals & Mining 85% Security Services, Defence 59% Basic Materials Banking Luxury Goods 76% 11% Logistics 76% 11% Africa FMCG Manufacturing Healthcare Agriculture Automotive Construction IT - Software Chemicals Logistics Security Services, Defence Basic Materials Energy - Oil & Gas Metals & Mining Media Accounting Energy - Renewables 97% 96% 89% 88% 86% 85% 85% 83% 83% 83% 79% 79% 79% 77% 76% 75% Utilities 74% Banking 73% Luxury Goods 72% Consumer Goods 69% Education 69% Hospitality 69% Insurance 69% Pharmaceuticals 69% Real Estate, Property 69% Retail - Shops 69% Telecommunications 69% Electronics Clothing, Fashion IT - Hardware 16% 6% 3% APAC Automotive IT - Software Chemicals Energy - Oil & Gas FMCG Food and Beverage Logistics Manufacturing Accounting Media Agriculture Banking Construction Electronics Energy - Renewables Hospitality Insurance Metals & Mining 100% 100% 99% 99% 99% 99% 99% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – Januray 2014 Page 17 Real Estate, Property Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Telecommunications Basic Materials Clothing, Fashion Consumer Goods Law firms Luxury Goods Retail - Shops Security Services,… SSC/BPO IT - Hardware E-commerce & Social… Utilities Public Sector… Education 98% 97% 97% 97% 96% 96% 96% 96% 96% 96% 96% 96% 96% 79% 78% 76% 7% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Western Europe Key Sectors GERMANY ACCOUNTING SECURITY 60% 60% 40% 40% AGRICULTURE 33% 33% 33% 50% 25% 50% 50% 0% AUTOMOTIVE 47% 43% BANKING CONSTRUCTION 0% 50% 50% 33% 100% 7% 7% 50% CHEMICALS RETAIL 20% 12% 21% 18% 14% 7% 0% 0% TELECOMMUNICATIONS 0% 0% E-COMMERCE & SOCIAL MEDIA 83% 67% 0% 0% ELECTRONICS ENERGY – OIL & GAS 38% 38% 25% 25% 40% 33% 0% 42% 12% 14% 8% 0% ENERGY - RENEWABLES 50% 50% FMCG 30% 9% 17% 9% 25% 5% HEALTHCARE 27% 17% 4% 5% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 18 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Western Europe Key Sectors GERMANY HOSPITALITY INSURANCE 100% 50% 50% 33% 0% 0% IT - HARDWARE 46% 54% 38% 38% 0% 0% IT - SOFTWARE LOGISTICS 30% 31% 22% 14% 50% 50% 25% 17% MINING 44% 21% 17% 7% 6% PHARMACEUTICALS 67% 11% 11% MANUFACTURING 12% 7% 0% 0% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 19 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Western Europe Key Sectors ITALY ACCOUNTING ADVERTISING 75% 25% AGRICULTURE 22% 41% 31% 0% 0% 0% 11% 11% 3% 13% AUTOMOTIVE BANKING 42% CHEMICALS 25% 29% 23% 11% 9% 31% 26% 17% 24% 2% 6% CONSUMER GOODS CONSTRUCTION 50% 38% 15% 9% 15% 14% 13% 6% UTILITIES 46% 31% 0% 0% ELECTRONICS 41% 71% 19% 26% 11% 48% 10% 10% ENERGY - RENEWABLES 29% 35% 29% 29% E-COMMERCE & SOCIAL MEDIA FASHION 58% 50% 0% 0% ENERGY – OIL & GAS 29% 27% 20% 14% FMCG 37% 36% 31% 19% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 20 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Western Europe Key Sectors ITALY HEALTHCARE HOSPITALITY 71% SECURITY 50% 53% 45% 45% 25% 6% 12% 5% 5% IT - HARDWARE 12% 14% IT - SOFTWARE 38% LEGAL 45% 45% 13% 25% 25% 100% 50% 12% 14% 0% 0% LUXURY GOODS LOGISTICS 56% MANUFACTURING 71% 39% 28% 59% 48% 10% 10% 11% PACKAGING MINING 50% 71% 25% 53% 5% 5% 6% 12% 43% 22% 22% RETAIL 38% 13% 25% 25% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 21 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Western Europe Key Sectors NETHERLANDS CHEMICALS FMCG 20% BANKING 24% 40% 40% 49% 43% 0% 0% 19% 14% IT SOFTWARE IT - HARDWARE 33% 50% 33% 0% 0% ENERGY – OIL & GAS ELECTRONICS HEALTHCARE 83% 83% 46% 41% 44% 41% 17% 33% 22% 22% 22% 11% 13% ENERGY - RENEWABLES 60% 67% 67% 40% 0% 0% 17% 0% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 22 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Western Europe Key Sectors SPAIN CONSUMER GOODS ADVERTISING 50% 50% AGRICULTURE 36% 33% 33% 18% 0% 0% 0% 0% AUTOMOTIVE 0% 17% ENERGY – OIL & GAS 29% 24% 13% 10% CHEMICALS 50% 20% 20% 30% CONSTRUCTION 21% 11% ENERGY - RENEWABLES 8% 17% 25% 50% 25% 13% 25% 13% 0% E-COMMERCE & SOCIAL MEDIA 19% 6% 44% 44% 42% ELECTRONICS 11% 13% 6% 22% HEALTHCARE 38% 31% 19% 4% FASHION FMCG 29% 41% 30% 14% 57% 43% 11% 4% MANUFACTURING 15% 19% 19% 22% RETAIL 27% 26% 42% 20% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 23 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Western Europe Key Sectors UNITED KINGDOM FMCG IT - SOFTWARE 20% 20% 47% 47% 53% 60% 20% 33% AUTOMOTIVE 0% 0% 50% 50% MANUFACTURING 70% 30% 40% 30% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 24 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the CEE Key Sectors HUNGARY ACCOUNTING SSC/BPO 0% CHEMICALS 38% 46% 17% 0% 8% 15% 33% CONSTRUCTION 14% 29% 14% 0% CONSUMER GOODS 11% 22% ELECTRONICS 24% 29% 12% 0% 56% 60% 60% 20% 0% IT - HARDWARE 0% IT - SOFTWARE 67% FMCG 62% 17% 19% 25% 19% 31% 0% 15% 15% 17% LOGISTICS 6% MANUFACTURING 25% 31% 25% 12% PACKAGING 14% 46% 23% 19% 6% 29% 14% 14% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 25 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the CEE Key Sectors POLAND ACCOUNTANCY ADVERTISING 79% 82% 21% 11% AGRICULTURE 56% 44% 11% 11% AUTOMOTIVE 100% 50% 0% 50% BANKING 65% 64% CHEMICALS 66% 63% 8% 7% 67% 80% 20% 27% SSC/BPO 27% 20% TELECOMMUNICATIONS 85% 84% E-COMMERCE & SOCIAL MEDIA 52% 40% 65% 7% 6% 60% 39% 20% 26% ELECTRONICS 40% ENERGY – OIL & GAS 33% 27% 63% 50% 56% 56% 9% 9% 19% 16% ENERGY - RENEWABLES 0% 22% UTILITIES FMCG 33% 27% 40% 20% HEALTHCARE 58% 60% 20% 22% 64% 52% 0% 4% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 26 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the CEE Key Sectors POLAND REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY INSURANCE 47% 42% IT - HARDWARE 86% 76% 74% 68% 11% 11% 34% 27% IT - SOFTWARE LEGAL 66% 68% 8% 11% 26% 33% LOGISTICS 83% 58% 56% 69% 14% 10% 10% 8% RETAIL PHARMACEUTICALS 32% 41% 39% 47% 7% 11% 6% 18% MINING 40% 33% 7% 13% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 27 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the CEE Key Sectors ROMANIA ACCOUNTANCY 25% 38% 13% 25% ADVERTISING 17% 38% 25% 33% 0% 0% 0% 38% AUTOMOTIVE & AEROSPACE BANKING 37% 47% CHEMICALS 83% 67% 67% 67% 11% 21% 83% 0% 67% 33% CONSUMER GOODS CONSTRUCTION 33% EDUCATION 33% 50% 50% 50% 67% 17% 25% 0% 0% 0% 0% ELECTRONICS FMCG 67% 67% IT - SOFTWARE 57% 62% 47% 40% 33% 0% AGRICULTURE 24% 19% 13% 0% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 28 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Middle East & Africa Key Sectors UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ENERGY – OIL & GAS CONSTRUCTION 80% 73% 100% 75% 47% 38% 20% FMCG 13% 61% 75% 14% 5% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 29 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the Middle East & Africa Key Sectors SOUTH AFRICA ENERGY – OIL & GAS FMCG AUTOMOTIVE & AEROSPACE 43% 22% 33% 33% 0% 7% 14% 38% 22% 16% INSURANCE 7% 20% IT - SOFTWARE 46% 37% 2% 7% MANUFACTURING 42% 47% 45% 45% 5% 0% MINING 11% 9% PHARMACEUTICALS 56% 50% 50% 89% 6% 0% 17% 11% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 30 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the APAC Key Sectors CHINA ACCOUNTANCY ADVERTISING 77% 71% 15% 15% AGRICULTURE 56% 48% 55% 51% 16% 11% AUTOMOTIVE & AEROSPACE 22% 20% BANKING CHEMICALS 84% 82% 80% 70% 10% 8% 38% 32% 28% 20% 14% 14% CONSTRUCTION CONSUMER GOODS 44% 36% E-COMMERCE & SOCIAL MEDIA 74% 75% 22% 16% 18% 18% EDUCATION 8% 8% ELECTRONICS 51% 47% 48% 41% 31% 27% 11% 13% ENERGY - RENEWABLES 30% 15% 15% 20% 79% 86% ENERGY – OIL & GAS 13% 31% 19% 31% FMCG FASHION 71% 73% 62% 57% 26% 30% 15% 13% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 31 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the APAC Key Sectors CHINA HEALTHCARE HOSPITALITY 63% 65% 24% 24% 63% 73% 16% 22% IT - HARDWARE INSURANCE 67% 75% 25% 25% IT - SOFTWARE 73% 73% 13% 11% 69% 61% 9% 11% LOGISTICS LEGAL 49% 43% 17% 20% LUXURY GOODS 35% 43% MANUFACTURING 46% 52% 9% 28% 32% 18% MINING 55% 54% PACKAGING 51% 75% 71% PHARMACEUTICALS 51% 73% 14% 16% 37% 18% 21% PUBLIC SECTOR 48% 45% TELECOMMUNICATIONS 64% 60% 40% 40% 64% 68% 61% 54% 10% 15% RETAIL 67% 56% 44% 56% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 32 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the APAC Key Sectors INDIA ACCOUNTANCY ENERGY - RENEWABLES 67% 65% 21% 14% AGRICULTURE 57% 40% 29% 60% 14% 0% 20% HEALTHCARE AUTOMOTIVE & AEROSPACE 12% 16% 10% 11% 29% CHEMICALS 52% 41% 43% 29% 17% 14% 6% 9% CONSTRUCTION CONSUMER GOODS 39% EDUCATION 48% 48% 59% 80% 40% 17% 19% 30% 27% MANUFACTURING IT - SOFTWARE 51% 0% 20% PHARMACEUTICALS 34% 33% 38% 6% 10% 54% 53% 14% 12% REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY 15% 31% SSC/BPO TELECOMMUNICATIONS 50% 83% 73% 32% 41% 57% 57% 67% 33% 17% 29% 43% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 33 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Detailed examination of the APAC Key Sectors SINGAPORE ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURE 35% 41% AUTOMOTIVE & AEROSPACE 67% 0% 100% 12% 12% 22% 11% 0% 33% BANKING 0% CHEMICALS 38% 38% 50% 38% 25% 25% 13% 0% MANUFACTURING CONSTRUCTION 67% 83% 17% 17% ENERGY – OIL & GAS 38% 50% 56% 44% 19% 19% 28% 28% Are you currently hiring at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to hire at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Are you currently letting people go at managerial / professional level? Do you expect to let people go at managerial / professional level over the coming quarter? Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 34 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Disciplines and Functions – Expecting to HIRE over the coming quarter Western Europe Scandinavia 5% 3% Administration 1% Banking 1% Board, "C-Level" 1% Construction 1% Creative, Design 7% Engineering, Production 3% Human Resources 7% IT Technical, IT support 1% Legal 5% Operations, Logistics,… 4% R&D, Scientific 15% Sales & Marketing Accounting, Tax, Treasury Accounting, Tax, Treasury 2% 12% 0% 2% Board, "C-Level" 3% Construction 3% Creative, Design 10% Engineering, Production 5% Human Resources 4% IT Technical, IT support 2% Legal 10% Operations, Logistics,… 5% R&D, Scientific 17% Sales & Marketing Administration Banking CEE Middle East 11% 5% 3% Banking 4% Board, "C-Level" 1% Construction 1% Creative, Design 8% Engineering, Production 4% Human Resources 13% IT Technical, IT support 1% Legal 7% Operations, Logistics,… 2% R&D, Scientific 15% Sales & Marketing 5% 4% 0% Banking 2% Board, "C-Level" 2% Construction 2% Creative, Design 10% Engineering, Production 5% Human Resources 10% IT Technical, IT support 0% Legal 7% Operations, Logistics,… 1% R&D, Scientific Accounting, Tax, Treasury Accounting, Tax, Treasury Administration Administration Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Sales & Marketing Page 35 39% www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Disciplines and Functions – Expecting to HIRE over the coming quarter APAC AMERICAS 8% 3% 1% Banking 1% Board, "C-Level" 2% Construction 4% Creative, Design 10% Engineering, Production 4% Human Resources 5% IT Technical, IT support 3% Legal 10% Operations, Logistics,… 8% R&D, Scientific 19% Sales & Marketing 3% 6% 0% Banking 1% Board, "C-Level" 3% Construction 3% Creative, Design 14% Engineering, Production 3% Human Resources 10% IT Technical, IT support 0% Legal 9% Operations, Logistics,… 7% R&D, Scientific 15% Sales & Marketing Accounting, Tax, Treasury Accounting, Tax, Treasury Administration Administration AFRICA 8% 7% Administration 0% Banking 2% Board, "C-Level" 2% Construction 1% Creative, Design 13% Engineering, Production 3% Human Resources 9% IT Technical, IT support 1% Legal 8% Operations, Logistics,… 4% R&D, Scientific 14% Sales & Marketing Accounting, Tax, Treasury Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 36 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Disciplines and Functions – Expecting to FIRE over the coming quarter Western Europe Scandinavia 3% 5% Administration 0% Banking 1% Board, "C-Level" 1% Construction 0% Creative, Design 3% Engineering, Production 2% Human Resources 3% IT Technical, IT support 1% Legal Operations, Logistics,… 4% 1% R&D, Scientific 4% Sales & Marketing Accounting, Tax, Treasury Accounting, Tax, Treasury 2% 15% 0% 5% Board, "C-Level" 2% Construction 2% Creative, Design 8% Engineering, Production 3% Human Resources 3% IT Technical, IT support 4% Legal 18% Operations, Logistics,… 0% R&D, Scientific 2% Sales & Marketing Administration Banking CEE Middle East 7% 6% 2% Banking 2% Board, "C-Level" 1% Construction 0% Creative, Design 3% Engineering, Production 2% Human Resources 4% IT Technical, IT support 1% Legal Operations, Logistics,… 4% 1% R&D, Scientific 7% Sales & Marketing 1% 4% 0% Banking 0% Board, "C-Level" 2% Construction 0% Creative, Design 6% Engineering, Production 1% Human Resources 4% IT Technical, IT support 0% Legal Operations, Logistics,… 3% 0% R&D, Scientific 9% Sales & Marketing Accounting, Tax, Treasury Accounting, Tax, Treasury Administration Administration Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 37 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Disciplines and Functions – Expecting to FIRE over the coming quarter APAC AMERICAS 3% 2% 1% Banking 1% Board, "C-Level" 1% Construction 1% Creative, Design 3% Engineering, Production 2% Human Resources 2% IT Technical, IT support 2% Legal 6% Operations, Logistics,… 2% R&D, Scientific 6% Sales & Marketing 2% 9% 1% Banking 1% Board, "C-Level" 4% Construction 0% Creative, Design 10% Engineering, Production 3% Human Resources 4% IT Technical, IT support 1% Legal 7% Operations, Logistics,… 1% R&D, Scientific 4% Sales & Marketing Accounting, Tax, Treasury Accounting, Tax, Treasury Administration Administration AFRICA 2% 4% Administration 0% Banking 1% Board, "C-Level" 0% Construction 1% Creative, Design 4% Engineering, Production 1% Human Resources 2% IT Technical, IT support 1% Legal 5% Operations, Logistics,… 0% R&D, Scientific 2% Sales & Marketing Accounting, Tax, Treasury Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 38 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

Worldwide Growth by Regions – Q2 2014 Currently Hiring Hiring in the next 3 months 35% WESTERN EUROPE 30% WESTERN EUROPE CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE 56% CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE MIDDLE EAST 54% MIDDLE EAST 57% APAC 54% 44% AMERICAS 45% AFRICA 64% APAC 50% AMERICAS 56% 47% AFRICA Currently Firing Firing in the next 3 months WESTERN EUROPE 19% WESTERN EUROPE 15% CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE 17% CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE 16% MIDDLE EAST 17% MIDDLE EAST APAC 19% APAC 39% AMERICAS AFRICA 9% 19% 24% AMERICAS 12% AFRICA 10% Winners and Losers – Regions Currently the regions with the highest hiring levels at managerial and professional level are: 1. APAC 2. Central & Eastern Europe 3. Middle East Unsurprisingly the Western European region is currently experiencing the lowest levels of hiring at managerial and professional level. This is closely followed by Scandinavia and Latin America. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 39 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The Current Worldwide Picture Countries currently hiring 48% India - 38% China - 67% Canada - 60% Brazil Czech Republic - 65% UAE - 57% Qatar - 48% Netherlands - 38% Poland - 64% United Kingdom - 56% Mexico - 47% Croatia - 37% Russia - 56% Switzerland - 47% Portugal - 37% Egypt - 55% Other Baltic's - 45% Denmark - 36% Chile - 55% Romania - 44% Belgium - 33% Bulgaria - 54% South Africa - 43% Germany - 30% France - 53% Other South America - 42% Austria - 28% Malaysia - 51% Italy - 41% Japan - 27% Saudi Arabia - 51% Other Scand - 41% Spain - 27% USA - 51% Singapore - 41% Hungary - 24% Turkey - 41% 51% Companies currently hiring at managerial and professional level 16% Companies currently letting people go at managerial and professional level Winners and Losers – Sectors Across the globe, the sectors with the highest current levels of recruitment activity at professional and managerial level are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Automotive Cars, Trucks & Transport, Parts, Components, Aerospace & Airlines Information Technology (IT) Software, IT Services Manufacturing, Industrial Equipment, Business Equipment, Machine Tools FMCG Food and Beverage Healthcare, Biotech, Medical Devices, Clinical Research, Scientific The sector with the least activity is Public Sector (Governmental) with 63% of businesses currently recruiting. This is closely followed by SSC/BPO and Law firms. Antal Global Snapshot | Edition 15 – January 2014 Page 40 www.antalglobalsnapshot.com

The Worldwide Outlook Countries expecting to hire in the coming quarter Qatar - 59% Czech Republic - 57% Other Africa - 56% Chile - 55% France - 53% Egypt - 74% Saudi Arabia - 66% Poland - 63% UAE - 63% China - 62% India - 39% Other South America - 38% Switzerland - 37% Turkey - 36% Japan - 36% Brazil - 35% Croatia - 34% Austria - 33% Italy - 33% Malaysia - 32% Portugal - 29% Hungary - 28% Germany - 26% Spain - 23% Denmark - 23% United Kingdom - 49% Romania - 48% USA - 47% Russia - 47% Canada - 45% Bulgaria - 45% Singapore - 45% South Africa - 44% Netherlands - 44% Other Scand - 43% Belgium - 43% Mexico - 40% Automotive Cars, Trucks & Transport, Parts, Components, Aerospace & Airlines 99% FMCG Food and Beverage 99% Manufacturing, Industrial Equipment, Business Equipment, Machine Tools 99% Information Technology (IT) Software, IT Services 98% Healthcare, Biotech, Medical Devices, Clinical Research, Scientific 97% Building Materials, Construction, Civil Engineering, Architecture 96% Energy - Oil & Gas 96% Telecommunications 95% Agriculture, Farm products, Machinery, Fertilizers 94% Basic Materials, Packaging, Rubber & Plastics 94% Accounting & Consulting Firms 93% Electronics 93% Logistics, Shipping, Freight, Couriers & Post, Rail, Cargo 93% Pharmaceuticals Chemicals 90% Technology, ICT Hardware, Storage, Networking 90% Advertising, Media, Marketing & Communications, Publishing, Broadcasting 89% Energy - Renewables 89% Banking 88% Security Services, Defence 88% Insurance 87% Education 85% Entertainment, Gambling, Toys, Leisure, Hotels, Tourism, Hospitality 85% Luxury Goods 85% Real Estate, Property 83% Clothing, Fashion 80% Utilities, Water, Waste, Power, Recycling 77% 93% Internet Retail, E-commerce, Social Networking, New Media 75% Retail - Shops 92% Law

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