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Staffing: Evolution or Devolution?. Russell Otter, May 2013. Morson - Our History. Morson Projects win Queen's Award. Turnover £50million. Gerry Mason, Chairman formed J Morson & Company Limited. 40 Years in Business. 1969. 1996. 2012. 2009. 1980. 1998. 2010. 2000 Contractors.

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Staffing: Evolution or Devolution?

Russell Otter, May 2013

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Morson - Our History

Morson Projects win Queen's Award

Turnover £50million

Gerry Mason, Chairman formed J Morson & Company Limited

40 Years in Business

1969

1996

2012

2009

1980

1998

2010

2000 Contractors

Expansion into Commercial, and

Clerical Recruitment

Move to new company Head Office in Eccles, acquire Wynnwith and Acetech

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Introductions

Russell Otter

London Director

Morson International

2010s

1980s

1990s

2000s

CV Runner

Consultant / Manager

Manager / Director

Director

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The Staffing Sector – Evolution or Devolution?
  • The last 40 years – what has changed?
  • Developments and improvements that have affected the industry
  • Have we moved on, and what remains the same?
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TECH

1980s

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1980s

  • Era of relationship selling, power lunches and meetings
  • Print advertising, shop front locations
  • Fax, database and word-processing
  • Generation Xemployees entering the work place, managed by Baby Boomers and the silent generation

Industry Turnover

(£1.2bn)

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TECH

1990s

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1990s

  • Dedicated sales teams, Business Development focus, partnerships
  • Advent of the internet, introduction of jobsites
  • Email, internet, online advertising and mobile phones
  • Generation X in leadership positions

Industry Turnover

(£3.9bn)

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TECH

2000s

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2000s

  • The workforce doubled. Corporate sales key, Account Management career
  • Evolved websites, collaborative approach
  • Connectivity, broadband, social media, the ‘Crackberry’
  • Generation Y enters the workplace

Industry Turnover

(£22bn)

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TECH

2010s

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2010s

  • Industry headcount shrinks, value added services and corporate sales increase
  • Job boards and LinkedIn rule the junior space
  • Senior space dominated by personal networks
  • Smartphones, social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook)
  • Generation X and Y leading together = conflicting values

Industry Turnover

(£30.5bn)

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TECH

2020s

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2020s and Beyond

  • Job boards and social media – what does the future hold?
  • External communications – how will we reach our audience?
  • How will technology evolve, and what will that mean for the industry?
  • Intuitive, interactive, integrated technologies

Industry Turnover

(£ ? bn)

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Conclusion

Survival of the fittest

The team with the best players wins

  • We find people for jobs & jobs for people