Tony Gregoire

Director of Research, North America

Tony Gregoire

Tony Gregoire is Director of Research, North America, at Staffing Industry Analysts. Tony is currently responsible for North American research for both Corporate Members and CWS Council Members. Since joining Staffing Industry Analysts in 2008, he has covered healthcare staffing and authored reports such as the US Staffing Industry Forecast and the VMS & MSP Competitive Landscape.

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

Recent Articles

Commercial staffing growth update

June 11, 2010

Industrial is the fastest growing temporary staffing segment in 2010
Manufacturing and logistics show particularly strong demand
Larger mix of larger clients, and SUTA, pressuring margins

June update: U.S. economic indicators & 2010 projections

June 7, 2010

Projections reflect rosier economic outlook than those made in prior months
Despite upgrades to projections, GDP growth expected to soften later in the year
Trend in initial unemployment claims continues to be sticky

Clinical/Scientific staffing growth update

May 28, 2010

Public releases and survey results show sequential revenue gains
Signs of M&A activity in clinical/scientific
Next forecast will likely reflect upgrade from 0% revenue growth projection for 2010

Healthcare staffing growth update

May 26, 2010

Hospitals' reductions to contract labor expense appear to have bottomed at very low levels
As high unemployment lingers and commercial admissions decline, hospitals remain cost-conscious
Increasing mix of shorter assignments in nurse staffing

Locum tenens: NALTO benchmarking survey

May 14, 2010

Total locum revenue among respondents declined 0.6% in 2009
Behind flat revenue, trends vary widely by specialty
As the emergency medicine staffing market grows, so does the competition

May BLS employment bulletin

May 7, 2010

April temp gain: 26,200 jobs
April nonfarm gain: 290,000 jobs
Unemployment rises to 9.86%

May update: U.S. Economic Indicators & 2010 Projections

May 7, 2010

Generally, economic indicators suggest continued economic growth
Strong recovery in manufacturing, but initial trend in initial unemployment claims remains stubborn
Indicators in this report do not account for activity since April 30, such as recent contagion fears

Historical staffing industry growth trends: 1995-2009

April 23, 2010

Over a decade of gains erased in 2009
From 1995-2009, place/search and commercial temp growth below inflation rate
Industry has grown more cyclical, yet more diversified

Staffing industry forecast: April update

April 16, 2010

Revenue growth of 8% projected for temporary staffing in both 2010 and 2011
Raising our 2010 growth projection from 15% to 16% for the industrial segment
2010 staffing industry projection upgraded from 5% growth to 6%
Our initial projection for 2011 is overall staffing industry growth of 8%

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

April 5, 2010

Consensus that the overall economy is recovering, disagreement over strength of recovery
Recent employment gains driven by manufacturing
Weekly initial unemployment claims resumes march downward