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TALENTS TODAY, LEADERS TOMORROW

“HALAL AT THE FOREFRONT OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CHANGE”

31 Mar 2016 Venue: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia

Present by: Anthony Raja Devadoss, SHRM-SCP, SPHRi Vice President & MD, Asia Pacific Region Kelly Outsourcing & Consulting Group

TALENTS TODAY, LEADERS TOMORROW “HALAL AT THE FOREFRONT OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CHANGE” 31 Mar 2016

Global Current Market:

USD2.3trillion

Emerging Markets with Large Muslim Population s

India Indonesia Turkey Malaysia Nigeria Saudi Arabia UAE Egypt Bangladesh Pakistan

Source: Halal Ecosystem Prospects for Global Growth

Social Economic Trends

GDP/capita for Muslims worldwide has grown at a CAGR of 6.8% (vs Global CAGR: 5.0%), between 1990 and 2010

Emergence of potential Halal markets in Non-Muslim countries (China & India) - Chinese Halal markets is worth US$2.1bln and growing at 10%/year.

India will have the largest Muslim population of any

Source: United Nation and IMF; Islamic Association of China;

2

country in the world,

Global Current Market: USD2.3trillion Emerging Markets with Large Muslim Population s • India • Indonesia •

PewResearch Center http://www.pewforum.org/2015/04/02/religious-

rojections-2010-2050/

surpassing Indonesia by

Muslim Population

Muslim Population

2.6bln

2.2bln

1.8bln

2012

2030

2050

Source: Halal Ecosystem Prospects for Global Growth;

http://www.mapsofworld.com/world-top-ten/world-top-

ten-countries-with-largest-muslim-populations-map.html

Largest Muslim Population (2015)

Indonesia – 1 209mln 2 Pakistan – 176mln 3 India – 167mln Bangladesh – 4 133mln
Indonesia –
1
209mln
2
Pakistan – 176mln
3
India – 167mln
Bangladesh –
4
133mln
5
Egypt – 77.3mln
Nigeria -
6
77mln
Iran –
7
73.6mln
Turkey –
8
71.3mln
Algeria –
9
34.7mln
Morocco –
10
31.9mln

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Muslim Population Muslim Population 2.6bln 2.2bln 1.8bln 2012 2030 2050 Source: Halal Ecosystem Prospects for Global

Potential Market Size

Existing Market

(2014)

Potential Market Size Existing Market (2014) Halal Food $1,128 Bn $1,585 Bn Potential Market (2020) 5.8%

Halal Food

$1,128 Bn

$1,585 Bn

Potential Market (2020)

5.8% CAGR

Existing Market

(2014)

Modern Fashion
Modern
Fashion

$230 Bn

Potential Market Size Existing Market (2014) Halal Food $1,128 Bn $1,585 Bn Potential Market (2020) 5.8%

Islamic Finance

$1,346 Bn

$2,610 Bn

9.92%

CAGR

Potential Market Size Existing Market (2014) Halal Food $1,128 Bn $1,585 Bn Potential Market (2020) 5.8%

Media & Recreation

$179 Bn

$327 Bn

Potential Market (2020)

6% CAGR

$247 Bn

5.9% CAGR

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Source: STATE OF THE GLOBAL ISLAMIC ECONOMY

REPORT 2015/16

Potential Market Size Existing Market (2014) Halal Food $1,128 Bn $1,585 Bn Potential Market (2020) 5.8%

Halal Travel

$142 Bn

$233 Bn

8.6% CAGR

Potential Market Size Existing Market (2014) Halal Food $1,128 Bn $1,585 Bn Potential Market (2020) 5.8%

Pharma & Cosmetics

$75 Bn &

$106 $54 Bn Bn & $80 Bn 5.9% CAGR & 6.8% CAGR
$106 $54 Bn Bn
& $80
Bn
5.9% CAGR & 6.8%
CAGR

Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI

Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI Top Halal Food 1. Malaysia 2. Pakistan 3. UAE Top Modern

Top Halal Food

  • 1. Malaysia

  • 2. Pakistan

  • 3. UAE

Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI Top Halal Food 1. Malaysia 2. Pakistan 3. UAE Top Modern

Top Modern Fashion

Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI Top Halal Food 1. Malaysia 2. Pakistan 3. UAE Top Modern

Top Islamic Finance

  • 1. Malaysia

  • 2. Bahrain

  • 3. UAE

Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI Top Halal Food 1. Malaysia 2. Pakistan 3. UAE Top Modern

Top Media & Recreation

  • 1. China

2.

UAE

  • 1. Singapore

2.

UAE

  • 3. Italy

  • 3. Lebanon

Source: STATE OF THE GLOBAL ISLAMIC ECONOMY

REPORT 2015/16

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Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI Top Halal Food 1. Malaysia 2. Pakistan 3. UAE Top Modern

Top Halal Travel

  • 1. Malaysia

  • 2. UAE

  • 3. Singapore

Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI Top Halal Food 1. Malaysia 2. Pakistan 3. UAE Top Modern

Top Pharma & Cosmetics

  • 1. Singapore

  • 2. Egypt

  • 3. Malaysia

Malaysia Has the Highest GIEI Top Halal Food 1. Malaysia 2. Pakistan 3. UAE Top Modern

Talent Snapshot in Malaysia Halal Industry

People trained in >10,0 >50,000 People trained Halal halal compliance 00 compliance p.a Additional finance Skilled
People trained in
>10,0
>50,000
People trained Halal
halal compliance
00
compliance p.a
Additional finance
Skilled Workers in
>1,00
56,000
professional in
Halal compliance
0
Islamic and
areas
conventional by
2020
Jobs created in
206,00
300,0
Jobs to be created
2014
0
1
00
by 2020

Source: Opportunities In Halal Economy, 8 Jan 2014, Halal Industry

Development Centre;

(1) STATUS OF THE HALAL INDUSTRY, 2 Feb 2016 presented by

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Y.B. Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed (HIMP 2006-2020)

Talent Snapshot in Malaysia Halal Industry People trained in >10,0 >50,000 People trained Halal halal compliance

GAME-CHANGING TALENT STRATEGIES

Diversity Leadership Talent Supply Chain Optimisation

Diversity Creates Competitive Edge by Unlocking Innovation

Diversity Creates Competitive Edge by Unlocking Innovation 45% likely to report a growth in market share

45% likely to report a growth in market share

70% likely to report firms captured new markets

Source: https://hbr.org/2013/12/how-diversity-can-drive-innovation?

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Diversity Creates Competitive Edge by Unlocking Innovation 45% likely to report a growth in market share

Business Rationale for

Diversity-Related Initiatives

53%

53%

43%

43%

36%

36%

Increase internal

efficiency by tapping

a broader range of

backgrounds and

skill sets

Tap new sources of

talent to understand

Enhance our public

image as a business

customers better and

thereby increase

sales

Categories of Diversity which are most important to have…

79 79 % %
79
79
%
%

Women

46 46 % %
46
46
%
%

>50 years old

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39 39 % % Ethnic
39
39
%
%
Ethnic

minorities

Business Rationale for Diversity-Related Initiatives 53% 53% 43% 43% 36% 36% Increase internal efficiency by tapping

Source: SHRM Global Diversity and Inclusion with EIU

Talent Supply Chain

Optimisation

Talent Supply Chain Optimisation • ATTRACT- Focus On Passive • • • • Social media Digital

ATTRACT- Focus On Passive

Social media Digital marketing/Talent Communities Mobile applications Job board resume databases Referrals/Events/Forums

Talent Supply Chain Optimisation • ATTRACT- Focus On Passive • • • • Social media Digital
Talent Supply Chain Optimisation • ATTRACT- Focus On Passive • • • • Social media Digital

ENGAGE -

Focus On Best

Candidate

Talent Supply Chain research methodology Defining talent demographics Match to skills/capability and company culture Talent network and communities Use of smart technology for initial screening or assessment Branded talent networks with EVP

Search optimisation with social media chann

Development of talent pools

Talent Supply Chain Optimisation • ATTRACT- Focus On Passive • • • • Social media Digital

INTERACT -

Focus On

Promoting

Employer

Brands

MEASURE -

Focus On

Results And

Success

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Talent Supply Chain Optimisation • ATTRACT- Focus On Passive • • • • Social media Digital

Candidate pipelining from Lead to Placement

Sourcing channel success

Assurance to requisition fit

Support with other Recruitment Administration services

Talent Supply Chain Optimisation • ATTRACT- Focus On Passive • • • • Social media Digital

“Making the Talent Mix Work”

“Making the Talent Mix Work” Leadership commitment Effective inclusive strategies Effective talent supply chain Management Role

Leadership commitment

Effective inclusive strategies

“Making the Talent Mix Work” Leadership commitment Effective inclusive strategies Effective talent supply chain Management Role

Effective talent supply chain Management

Role models

Train & educate for desired behaviour

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“Making the Talent Mix Work” Leadership commitment Effective inclusive strategies Effective talent supply chain Management Role

Thank You

Anthony Raja Devadoss, SHRM – SCP, SPHRi

Vice President & MD—Asia Pacific Region, Kelly Outsourcing & Consulting Group

Email: anthonyraja_d@kellyocg.com LinkedIn: http://my.linkedin.com/in/anthonyraja Twitter: http://twitter.com/anthonyraja

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