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 North American research for both Corporate Members and CWS Council Members. Tony is also responsible for several global reports, including the VMS and MSP Competitive Landscape and the Payrolling/IC Compliance Landscape Report.

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

Recent Articles

Healthcare staffing growth update

November 14, 2008

Spotty demand for nurse staffing, Florida weakest
-3.0% GDP growth projected for Q4, will test healthcare cyclicality
Sub-segment reports to be released over next few weeks

Trends in healthcare direct hire

October 17, 2008

Healthcare niche of direct hire is growing, unlike direct hire in general
Growth driven by physician shortage and inelastic demand
Many staffing firms now asking direct hire fees of $25k for primary care physicians

Nurse staffing growth update

December 2, 2008

Two to eight week assignments - one of hottest areas in nurse staffing
Weak Q4 expected for nurse staffing due to weak economy
Demand varies by geography

Locum tenens staffing growth update

August 15, 2008

Continued double-digit growth overall
Radiology experiencing sharp deceleration in demand
Staffing Industry Analysts to adjust locum forecast downward slightly

Allied health staffing growth update

March 30, 2009

Lowering 2009 growth projection to 2.0%
Allied market projected to surpass per diem nursing in 2009
PT holding up relatively well

Nurse staffing growth update

March 27, 2009

Company forward-looking comments turned decidedly negative
Lowering 2009 growth projections to -12.0% and -18.0% for travel and per diem, respectively
Hospitals getting more hours from internal staff

Healthcare staffing growth update

March 31, 2009

Lowering 2009 growth projection to -6.0%
Contraction in nursing more than offsets growth in locum and allied
Healthcare employment continues to increase

INSIGHT: Healthcare staffing forecast - January update

January 13, 2009

2009 growth forecast for healthcare reduced to 1.5%
Expected contraction in nurse staffing
Strong growth in locum tenens

Per diem staffing growth update

August 21, 2008

Downard adjustment to 2008 forecast warranted
Demand continues shift to longer-term assignments
Large and mid-size clients continue to leverage float pools

Staffing industry forecast: March update

March 27, 2009

2009 staffing industry growth projection lowered to -12.7%
2009 growth projection for temporary help lowered to -10.4%
Healthcare staffing gets largest downgrade