Tyler Womack

Research Assistant

Tyler Womack
twomackSPAMFILTER@staffingindustry.com

Tyler Womack joined Staffing Industry Analysts in 2013. He holds a B.A. in economics from Wheaton College.

Recent Articles

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: Buyers' International Presence

July 17, 2014

  • Buyers plan aggressive international CW program expansion over the next four years
  • Eight percent of companies reported that they will initiate coverage of Asia/Pacific in 2014
  • Not all large companies have expansive global footprints - 60% operate in only one region

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: How Sophisticated are Contingent Workforce Programs?

July 16, 2014

  • Survey results suggest that the typical CW program has considerable room for improvement
  • Overall, buyers gave themselves average to slightly below average ratings on every measure of program sophistication
  • Large-firm and commercial buyers tended to have a slightly more uniform process for determining... More

SI Report Webinar - July 2014

July 8, 2014

  • Watch the full webinar on demand
  • Niche focus on educational staffing
  • How do contingent buyers select staffing firms?
  • Approximately 1 hour

July Jobs Report

July 3, 2014

  • Total nonfarm employment rose by 288,000 in June
  • The unemployment rate fell from 6.3% to 6.1%
  • Temporary help services added 10,100 jobs in June

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: Trends in satisfaction with staffing suppliers, VMS, MSP, and job boards

June 27, 2014

  • A satisfaction score for staffing suppliers (NPS) was measured at -19%, down 30 percentage points since 2011
  • Satisfaction with VMS also declined - NPS is now 3%, down 21 percentage points since 2011
  • Buyers were least satisfied with job boards, which scored a NPS of -33%, largely due to dissatisfaction... More

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: After a temp ends an assignment, how long must you wait before hiring them directly (without fees)?

June 26, 2014

  • At the median, buyers must wait at least three months after an assignment ends to hire a temporary worker without fees
  • Two-thirds of buyers reported a post-assignment wait period of at least one month to convert a temp without fees
  • Six month periods were also common, representing a quarter of... More

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: Compensation of contingent workforce managers

June 25, 2014

  • In 2013, the median compensation for contingent workforce managers was $135,000
  • Median compensation increased by 12.5% since we last asked in 2011
  • General managers/operations managers were on average more highly compensated than HR or procurement managers

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: Best advice for recruiting and retaining former employees

June 20, 2014

  • The top suggestion is to stay connected, particularly through a Linkedin or Facebook group
  • Several buyers suggested using social media to ensure that former employees are aware of current job openings
  • Buyers also suggested treating employees with honesty and professionalism, particularly when... More

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: What specific skills are you having the most difficulty recruiting?

June 19, 2014

  • Skills associated with managing and modifying company‐wide enterprise software were reported as the most difficult to recruit
  • Within engineering, the most difficult to recruit skills were specialized, niche skills, and skills related to petroleum engineering
  • Among buyers of industrial/logistics,... More

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: How do buyers find and select their staffing suppliers?

June 19, 2014

  • Overwhelmingly, buyers report 'worker quality' to be their top consideration when selecting a staffing firm
  • Service quality, low cost, and speed were the next most important considerations 
  • A referral from a colleague is the most common way of initially discovering staffing firms, followed... More