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    StaffingIndustryReportWebinar January2011

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    February28March3,2011FontainebleauResort

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    BarryAsin,President, StaffingIndustry

    Analysts

    JohnKao,Chairman, WorldEconomic

    ForumsGlobal AdvisoryCouncilon

    Innovation

    AlanBeaulieu, President,Institutefor

    TrendResearch

    StephenDubner, Awardwinningco

    authorof FREAKONOMICSand

    SUPERFREAKONOMICS

    Keynotes

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    So,YouLostaContract.Why andWhattoDoAboutIt?

    Speaker:KenAllred,CEO, PrimaryIntelligence

    Win/LossAnalysis

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    SIAs

    SalesCompensation& SalesJobPractices2011

    Survey

    Speaker:MarkDonnolo, ManagingPartner,

    SalesGlobe

    GettingStaffingSalesforce

    CompensationRight

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    TheRoleofFinanceinaStaffing FirmsStrategicPlanning

    Panelists:

    JulieKrey,VPFinance,theAmericas,Manpower

    JonNeff,CFO,HireDynamics

    ShawnPoole,EVP&CFO,Employbridge

    HoldingCo.

    MarkSmith,EVP&CFO,SFNGroupInc.

    ForTheCFOs

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    CFONetworkingLunch

    Wednesday,March2, 12:00 1:30p.m.

    ForTheFirstTimeEver

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    ImplementingStaffingTechnology: BestPracticesfromExperts

    Panelists:

    DavidBuzzell,CIO,TheSedonaGroup

    MartinPerry,CIO,Randstad

    Professionals

    RobWaddell,SVPandCIO,ApexSystems,Inc.

    FortheCIOs

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    Beasecretshopperfor

    (a)Ajobboard(b)Applicationtrackingsystem(c)Frontorbackofficesystem

    Email:memberservices@staffingindustry.com

    LookingtoBuySupportTechnologyorService?

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    BestStaffing FirmstoWorkFor

    Asdeterminedby asurveyof

    25,000+staffing firmemployees

    PeterYessne StaffingInnovator

    Award Topmoverand

    shakerwhohas changedthe

    industry

    TwoMajorAwards

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    Industryleadersprovidetheir insightsonpressingissues

    Speakers:

    CarlCamden,CEO,KellyServices

    CherylJones,Chairman,Impellam

    Groupplc

    ExecutivePerspective

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    Panelists:

    JuliaBraun,GroupManager,ContingentStaffing, MicrosoftCorp

    TonyMarino,Manager,GSCIndirectProcurement, HessCompany

    TraciRamsey,GlobalContingentLaborLead, Monsanto

    VoiceoftheCustomer

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    Trendsineconomy&employment

    Staffingtrendsbysegment&sector

    Buyersurveyresults,Part1

    Questionsandanswers

    Agenda

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    Source: Economic Cycle Research Institute (ECRI) Weekly Leading Index

    ECRIgraduallygettingmoreoptimistic

    100

    110

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    Dec00 Dec02 Dec04 Dec06 Dec08 Dec10

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    PMManufacturing

    Index:stillindicates expansion,butataslowerrate

    Source: Purchasing Managers Manufacturing Index

    25

    30

    35

    40

    45

    50

    55

    60

    65

    Dec00 Dec02 Dec04 Dec06 Dec08 Dec10

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    n

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    Recession

    PMI

    EI

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    PMNonManufacturing

    Index:accelerating expansionbutlimitedhiring

    Source: Purchasing Managers Nonmanufacturing Index

    25

    30

    35

    40

    45

    50

    55

    60

    65

    Dec00 Dec02 Dec04 Dec06 Dec08 Dec10

    I

    n

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    Recession

    PMI

    EI

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    Source: U.S. Department of Labor

    Initialunemploymentclaimsfinallyresume downwardprogress

    0

    100,000

    200,000

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    U.S.GDPprojectedgrowth,20112012U.S.GDPgrowthprojections 2011 2012TheConferenceBoard

    Nov.9,2010 1.3%Dec.7,2010 1.7% 2.1%

    Posttaxdeal 2.3% tbd

    GoldmanSachsBeforetaxdeal 2.7% 3.6%Dec.17,2010(aftertaxdeal) 3.4% 3.8%

    taxdealaccountsforroughly2/3ofupgradeMorganStanley

    Dec.2010Projectionwithouttaxdeal 3.0%Dec.2010Projectionwithtaxdeal 4.0%4.2%

    keydriversofupgrade:strongerconsumerandcapitalspending

    keydriversofupgrade:1yearreductioninemployeeSocialSecuritytax

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    Trendsintotalemployment

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

    ChangeinNonfarmEmploymentVersusYearEarlier

    5%4%3%2%1%0%1%2%

    Dec08 Jun09 Dec09 Jun10 Dec10

    ChangeinNonfarmEmploymentVersusPreviousMonth

    800

    600400

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    0

    200400

    600

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    +103,000

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    Trendsintotalprivateemployment

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

    ChangeinPrivateEmploymentVersusYearEarlier

    6%5%4%3%2%1%0%1%2%

    Dec08 Jun09 Dec09 Jun10 Dec10

    ChangeinPrivateEmploymentVersusPreviousMonth

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    +108,453

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    InDecember,whichsectorsgained/lostjobs?

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

    16

    14

    10

    9

    4

    4

    4

    9

    10

    10

    12

    16

    44

    47

    Construction

    Other

    Government

    Professional srs (excludingtemp)

    Information

    Financial activities

    Natural resources/mining

    Wholesaletrade

    Transportation&util ities

    Manufacturing

    Retail trade

    Temporaryhelp

    Educationandhealth

    Leisureandhospitality

    Thousands ofJobs

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    BestperformingU.S.industrymarkets

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

    Industries JobGrowthScoreLast12Months

    Last6Months

    Last3Months

    TotalNonfarmEmployment

    1 Temporaryhelpservices 94 22.0 26.2 23.5 2,219

    2 Foodservicesanddrinkingplaces 93 14.0 26.1 20.5 9,560

    3 Educationalservices 83 6.2 9.0 8.5 3,187

    4 Motorvehicleandpartsdealers 79 3.4 7.2 7.5 1,664

    5 Othersocialassistance(NAICS6241,6242,6243) 79 5.9 6.4 5.5 1,809

    6 Hospitals 79 3.5 6.3 7.8 4,745

    7 Supportactivitiesformining 78 6.3 5.7 4.8 333

    8 Otherambulatoryhealthcare(NAICS6212,6213,6215 75 5.9 5.3 3.8 2,014

    9 Durablegoods 75 3.2 5.0 6.5 2,801

    10 Computersystemsdesignandrelatedservices 73 4.4 5.3 3.7 1,481

    11 Homehealthcareservices 71 3.7 4.3 4.1 1,092

    12 Clothingandclothingaccessoriesstores 71 3.8 6.3 1.7 1,419

    13 Fabricatedmetalproducts 70 5.7 2.5 3.3 1,329

    14 Stategovernment,educationonly 70 4.5 4.8 1.9 2,431

    15 Couriersandmessengers 68 1.0 3.1 6.1 536

    AverageMonthlyChangeinJobsOver

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    Employmenttrendsinfood/drinkingplaces

    Employment in thousands.

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

    FoodServices&DrinkingPlacesEmployment19902010

    0

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    FoodServices&DrinkingPlacesEmployment2010

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    9,350

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    9,600

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    Employmenttrendsinprivateeducationalsvcs

    PrivateEducationalServicesEmployment19902010

    0

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    1,000

    1,500

    2,000

    2,500

    3,000

    3,500

    1

    9

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    2

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    1

    0

    PrivateEducationalServicesEmployment2010

    3,060

    3,080

    3,100

    3,120

    3,140

    3,160

    3,180

    3,200

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    Employment in thousands.

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

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    Employmenttrendsinhospitals

    HospitalEmployment19902010

    0

    500

    1,000

    1,500

    2,000

    2,500

    3,000

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    4,000

    4,500

    5,000

    1

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    HospitalEmployment2010

    4,680

    4,690

    4,700

    4,710

    4,720

    4,730

    4,740

    4,750

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    Employment in thousands.

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

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    Employmenttrendsinmining/oilsupportactivities

    SupportActivitiesforMining/OilEmployment19902010

    0

    50

    100

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    200

    250

    300

    350

    400

    1

    9

    9

    0

    1

    9

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    SupportActivitiesforMining/OilEmployment2010

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    350

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    Employment in thousands.

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

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    Employmenttrendsinhomehealthcare

    HomeHealthcareEmployment19902010

    0

    200

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    800

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    1,200

    1

    9

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    HomeHealthcareEmployment2010

    1,030

    1,040

    1,050

    1,060

    1,070

    1,080

    1,090

    1,100

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    Employment in thousands.

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

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    Employmenttrendsincomputersystemsdesign

    ComputerSystemsDesignEmployment19902010

    0

    200

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    1,200

    1,400

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    ComputerSystemsDesignEmployment2010

    1,400

    1,410

    1,420

    1,430

    1,440

    1,450

    1,460

    1,470

    1,480

    1,490

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    Employment in thousands.

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

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    WorstperformingU.S.industrymarkets

    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Staffing Industry Analysts

    Industries JobGrowthScoreLast12Months

    Last6Months

    Last3Months

    TotalNonfarmEmployment

    91 Chemicals 35 1.3 1.3 1.2 773

    92 Sportinggoods,hobby,book,andmusicstores 35 1.0 2.0 0.8 601

    93 Servicestobuildingsanddwellings 34 1.2 1.9 3.5 1,724

    94 Generalmerchandisestores 33 2.4 2.1 4.8 2,945

    95 Rentalandleasingservices 33 0.8 1.7 2.2 526<