Thoughts for the coming new year

We at Staffing Industry Analysts are always trying to find new ways to improve our content, and delivery of our content.  The Staffing Industry Analysts Daily News reaches many of you via email, many of you read it right here on our home page.  The Staffing Industry Analysts Research Bulletin also reaches many of you.  The Research Bulletin is the easiest way to find new research published by our analysts.  You can select as few or as many topics as you wish to receive research on.  TIP: when Staffing Industry Analysts sets up your account, we select all of the topics for you - if you are getting too much research, after you log in, select personalization and reduce the number of topics.  Remember, you have to be a Corporate Member to receive the Research Bulletin.

Some of you may not be aware that our two magazine publications are also available on our website.  On our home page, look for the latest edition of Staffing Industry Review and for those of you who buy contingent labor - look for the latest edition of Contingent Workforce Strategies.  Both publications offer insights, best practices and 'how to's' from some of the best minds in the industry.

Another great way to take advantage of Staffing Industry Analysts vast network is to attend our conferences.  The Staffing Industry Analysts Executive Forum is coming up in March 5-7, 2008.  This is a place where staffing firms, both large and small have the opportunity to share ideas, get information and learn from each other.  At this year's forum, hear Robert Reich talk about the economy.  Get direct information about market segments that impact you and your business.  And by the way, it is in Lake Las Vegas, and if you are a golfer, this is an excellent place to practice your putting. 

Coming up, look for Webinars, surveys and new data to help you grow and change in with Staffing Industry Analysts.  We think that 2008 is going to be a very exciting year.  We wish you the very best in the new year!

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