Tony Gregoire

Director of Research, North America

Tony Gregoire
tgregoireSPAMFILTER@staffingindustry.com

Tony Gregoire is Director of Research, North America, at Staffing Industry Analysts. Tony is currently responsible for CWS Council Research, including the VMS and MSP Competitive Landscape Report and the Payrolling/IC Compliance Landscape Report. Prior responsibilities at SIA include the U.S. Staffing Industry Forecast and healthcare staffing coverage.

Tony holds an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School and passed the CFA Level III exam.

Recent Articles

SUTA analyst interview

February 25, 2010

Analyst Tony Gregoire interviewed on SUTA Tracking Tool
SUTA tracking tool shows wide variation in rates among states, and among companies within states
Rate increases disproportionately burden staffing firms more so than hikes in wage base

SUTA and FUTA: Higher unemployment taxes hitting staffing industry

February 24, 2010

SIA has designed SUTA and FUTA tracking tool to help staffing firms prepare for increases
Nine states show average 2009 SUTA tax rates above 3.0%
Increases in SUTA tax rates disproportionately burden staffing firms, less so for increases in wage base

March Update: U.S. Economic Indicators & 2010 Projections

March 8, 2010

Generally, economic indicators suggest recovery
ECRI suggests declerating growth ahead, not surprising given high 4Q09 growth
Downward march in initial unemployment claims meets resistance

February Update: U.S. Economic Indicators & 2010 Projections

February 16, 2010

Generally, economic indicators suggest robust recovery
Employment recovery lagging that of overall economy
ECRI suggests decelerating growth ahead, but no signs of double-dip

Estimate of domestic VMS and MSP markets

February 3, 2010

SIA estimates 2008 domestic spend of $43B and $34B for VMS and MSP, respectively
Accounting for duplication, we estimate total VMS/MSP spend of $45 billion
Nearly half of VMS/MSP spend is non-temp related

Temporary Staffing Long-Term Forecast, 2008-2018

February 2, 2010

  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics releases 2018 employment projections
  • SIA base-case scenario projects 3.1 million temporary employees in 2018, $164 billion of revenue
  • U.S. temporary staffing revenue expected to more than double from 2009 to 2018, driven by volume growth, inflation, and mix shift... More

The 2009 Book of Lists: A complete collection of all staffing firms' lists released by SIA in 2009

January 19, 2010

Aggregation of all lists released in 2009
Easy-to-download, sortable Excel spreadsheet
23 lists of key staffing firms and suppliers

Occupational pay-rate rangefinder

January 12, 2010

Wage and employment data by occupation and metro
User-friendly rangefinder tool available for download
Tool might take up to ten minutes to download

Economic indicators update

January 8, 2010

Generally, economic indicators suggest recovery
Employment recovery lagging that of overall economy
Four week moving average of initial unemployment claims continues march downard

January 2010 U.S. Staffing Industry Stock Index Snapshot

January 4, 2010

SISI up 11% for the month, 19 gainers, 1 decliner
Favorable employment report lifts index
SISI gained 43% in 2009