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Here is a list of research reports and citations to other research released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts.
BRIEFING October BLS Employment Bulletin
Temp employment bottoming out; Nonfarm employment improves again; Direct placement growth remains tepid; PEOs see new low again. For more, click here.
CITATION - The physician recruiting standard
This citation directs readers to The Physician Recruiting Standard, a quarterly resource covering staffing trends in the healthcare sector. The newsletter provides updates on employment trends affecting medical doctors, with commentary and primary-source statistics on permanent placement as well as locum tenens. For more, click here.
INSIGHT - The diversity staffing firms list
This Insight features a list of 120 diversity staffing firms and includes an additional detailed table of the top 10 diversity staffing firms by revenue. For more, click here.
CITATION - How Adecco became the world's largest staffing firm
This citation directs readers to a May 2006 brief entitled, "Mapping the Geography of Transnational Staffing Firms: the case of Adecco." As part of a wider project exploring the globalization of the temporary staffing industry, the paper provides a retrospective of how Adecco became the world's largest staffing firm. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Decline in commercial staffing revenue may be bottoming out
The market for commercial staffing is feeling the economic pinch. Versus the year earlier, revenue is down for this segment, which includes industrial staffing and office/clerical, but trend data suggests it may be bottoming out. This Briefing examines third-quarter results recently released by several staffing companies that provide commercial staffing. For more, click here.
CITATION - Brief introduction to the Australian staffing industry
This citation directs readers to a paper, published by a trio of researchers from the
CITATION - An in-depth analysis of Australian staffing market legal and competitive issues
This citation directs readers to a September 2007 article published by the