Subadhra Sriram

Editor & Publisher, Media Products

Subadhra Sriram
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Subadhra Sriram was appointed publisher and editor, media products of Staffing Industry Analysts in October 2014. She is responsible for the company’s global media and digital strategy, supervising all editorial functions. Her role allows her to oversee SIA’s content channels while managing brands that strengthen SIA’s cutting edge-research. She has founded and moderates the leading forum of user-generated content where the voices of the staffing industry are heard.

Prior to SIA, Subadhra has had over 15 years of journalism experience at premier Fortune 500 publishing houses including Time Warner publications, Money magazine, Business 2.0 and Fortune Small Business. She began her career in India working for a national news magazine. She holds a Masters from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and a BS in English Literature and Economics from St Xavier’s College, Calcutta University.

Recent Articles

Legal Eagle: Feds Take Action on Misclassification

June 15, 2011

The issue of worker misclassification remains a concern as lawmakers propose new reporting requirements on employers and federal agencies move to crack down on worker misclassification.

In the Spotlight: Customizing the Work Experience May Be the Answer

June 15, 2011

Susan M. Cantrell, author of Workforce of One, talks about her book, being a contingent and the growing role that a contingent workforce is playing in today’s economy.

Because You Asked: Client-Supplier Relationship

May 26, 2011

I have a great relationship with my primary staffing supplier. But we just implemented a VMS. Will that affect my relationship with my vendor?

Behind the News: Brace Yourself, Pay Rates Will Increase

May 16, 2011

Staffing Industry Analysts, the publisher of this newsletter, tracks in its monthly pulse survey what is more challenging for staffing firms: recruiting or sales. In the March survey, 54 percent of companies across all staffing sectors found recruiting to be more challenging than sales, up from 22 percent... More

Heard on the Street: A One-Stop Shop

May 16, 2011

Imagine one vendor that can provide a gamut of services, like MSP, RPO, VMS and compliance. Does that sound far-fetched? Some experts out there don’t think it is. “We’re seeing a consolidated format of talent acquisition strategies. We do have clients coming to us with these requests,” says Andrew... More

In the Spotlight: People Are Not Commodities

May 4, 2011

This issue of CWS30 features Sanjay Shah, senior director of workforce management at Automatic Data Processing Inc., a $26 billion provider of business outsourcing solutions including HR, payroll, tax and benefits administration. Headquartered in Roseland, N.J., the company has a $100 million plus contingent... More

Because You Asked: Monthly Vendor Reviews

April 21, 2011

There are those who believe that there is more to a CW program than evaluating suppliers. You don't necessarily have to assess your suppliers monthly, but you should conduct reviews and have a process in place.

Heard on the Street: SOW Market

April 21, 2011

Statement of work consultants are all the rage. But for vendors to be effective and companies to be successful, SOW suppliers need to be managed appropriately. End users of contingent labor have to approach this talent segment with a certain mindset, while vendors have to realize that, contractually,... More

In the Spotlight: Don't take a big bang approach

April 11, 2011

For the April issue, CWS 30 features Holly Olszewski, global contingent workforce manager at BMC Software, Inc., a provider of software for multiple functions, including IT service management, data center automation and performance management. Olszewski manages a $36 million hybrid global CW program... More

Because You Asked: Healthcare for Temps

April 6, 2011

Does anyone have a benefits subsidy in place for their contingents? Either by paying a percentage of the healthcare costs or providing "extra" pay to go to those costs?

There's a misconception that temporary workers are assigned health benefits. Here's the catch. If end users of contingent labor... More