Antal Global Hire & Fire Survey - 13th edition results

BUCURESTI - 18 ianuarie 2013

Comunicat tip General in Afaceri, HR

Please check here the full results of AGS13:http://snapshot.antal.com/

Antal Global Hire & Fire Survey - 13th edition results

Global recruitment survey shows Romanian job market remains solid

A major survey of employment trends around the globe has found that hiring levels in Romania have remained consistent this quarter and this stability is forecast to continue.

The ‘Global Snapshot’ project from the multi-national recruitment firm, Antal International, asked almost 17,000 organisations in major markets across 52 countries whether they were currently recruiting or letting staff go at a managerial and professional level and whether they intended to do so over the coming quarter.

Romania’s staffing sector is solid with 53% of employers currently hiring at managerial and professional level – a figure that has remained unchanged since the last edition of the Snapshot. This consistency is predicted to continue in the coming months with 52% of companies expecting to hire in the next quarter.

As with other Central and Eastern European economies, the IT sector is strong with 74% of businesses currently recruiting for senior positions. Manufacturing is also performing well with 64% of employers in the area taking on professional staff.

Although hiring levels are solid, firing trends are more fluid and the percentage of businesses currently shedding staff stands at 29% which represents a 3% increase since last quarter. This is expected to rise to 33% in near future.  

"The results of the latest Snapshot indicate greater stability throughout the international staffing sector," says Antal’s CEO, Tony Goodwin. "Feedback from our clients across the globe suggests that many are under pressure to do more with fewer resources, particularly human ones. Despite a consistent decline in the percentage of companies hiring, a steady fall in the percentage of organisations shedding staff - down from 20% in April to 18% in August and just 16% in December - infers that workforces are stabilising and offering more in the way of long-term security to employees. Listening to reports from our network of offices the feeling seems to be that the sourcing of talent is going through a period of "wait and see". There is an atmosphere of expectancy, that something, hopefully positive, is about to happen, but in the meantime caution prevails".

Despre ANTAL International Network Ltd - Romania

Founded in the early 1990's to service a gap in the market and the trend of globalisation Antal's International Network has assisted numerous clients in over 75 countries. The new millennium has seen Antal's services become the solution in demand by clients from SME level to Fortune 500 corporations who seek a knowledgeable and professional business partner with both scale and global reach.
Antal International's Network offer more than just a local recruitment solution. We provide permanent, temporary, interim and contract recruitment solutions in country with the benefit of an international network. Internally we have an impressive range of sector-experienced executives and function / skill-set focussed recruiters. Our professionals are able to deliver a complete range of staffing, recruitment and search and search and selection solutions covering transactional hiring through to multi-vacancy and recruitment process outsourcing solutions for volume hiring and project related solutions.Antal can assist in defining what type of company suits you, what culture you would excel in, where your skills add value. Our trained consultants guide you through the process, helping you make the best decisions for your professional future. We treat each candidate with total discretion and in absolute confidence.
In Romania ANTAL is present via E-FINANTE MANAGEMENT GRUP SRL since 2003, together with 3 other subfranchised offices in Iasi, Cluj and Timisoara.
Antal in Romania won numerous local and global prizes, most recent one is "Most Internationalist Office - 2011"