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Morgan McKinley Japan Releases Industry Hiring Survey

TOKYO, January 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


Morgan McKinley issues reports on hiring in financial services; professional services; healthcare; IT; and fashion, luxury & retail

Morgan McKinley has today released its annual hiring market reports covering five key industry sectors across Japan.  

The reports based on a survey of over 300 professionals provide market intelligence and forecasts for 2013 into hiring and employment trends across financial services; professional services; healthcare; IT and luxury, fashion & retail.

To view each Hiring Market Report in full please click here:

Morgan McKinley Hiring Market Report Highlights

Financial services:

 80% of financial services hiring managers expect to focus on permanent hiring

 New headcount is anticipated in 35% of financial services businesses

 Talent retention is the key personnel challenge for hiring managers in financial services

Professional services:

 Half of hiring managers in the professional services sector believe talent with the right skills is key to increased hiring activity

 At least one third of hiring managers will be recruiting without reducing headcount numbers at all

 The greatest focus will be on hiring to increase headcount and cover project work

Information Technology:

 IT hiring in 2013 is most likely to be affected by team/company performance

 95% of IT hiring managers will be recruiting for permanent roles and a third will recruit on a fixed term basis

 Attracting new talent is the greatest challenge that hiring managers will face in the IT sector

Healthcare:

 Hiring is expected across 43% of healthcare business, with no job losses predicted

 As well as replacement hiring, 58% expect to add headcount

 Hiring in 2013 is most likely to be the same as the previous 12 months according to 67% of hiring managers

Fashion, Luxury & Retail:

 Hiring activity will be predominantly affected by growth, internal restructuring, and other change factors

 Over half of hiring managers expect to recruit without any headcount losses at all

 Attracting new staff in the fashion, luxury & retail market is expected to be the greatest personnel challenge

Notes to editors:

Hiring Market Survey

Morgan McKinley carried out a telephone survey of over 300 senior level operational and HR managers working in organisations and functions across financial services; professional services; IT; healthcare; and fashion & luxury and retail in Japan.

About Morgan McKinley 

Morgan McKinley is a global professional services recruiter connecting specialist talent with leading employers across multiple industries and disciplines.

With multiple offices across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific, its professional recruitment expertise spans across banking & financial services, commerce & industry and professional services. Morgan McKinley is a preferred supplier to many of the major employers in its specialist sectors, as well as thousands of smaller local employers.

Morgan McKinley is a fully owned subsidiary of Premier Group which was recently named in the 50 Best Small and Medium Workplaces in Europe by the Great Places to Work Institute in 2012.

http://www.morganmckinley.co.jp

Further press information:

Haruka Karasawa
Tel: +81-(0)3-5403-7073
Email: hkarasawa@morganmckinley.co.jp

Alternatively, please contact the Press Office on +44(0)207-092-0260


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