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Here is a list of research reports released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 Outplacement growth update
Outplacement appears to be growing again after a more than two-year stall. Over the course of 2007, both Manpower's Right Management brand as well as Adecco's Human Capital Solutions business have reported accelerating increases in outplacement/human capital consulting revenue versus the year earlier. A strengthening trend is notable on an adjusted basis as well. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 Travel nurse staffing growth update
The most recent financial reports indicate that travel nurse staffing is experiencing a slowdown. In the fourth quarter of 2007, median growth for three public firms providing travel nurse staffing was 2.0%. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 Per diem nursing growth update
Two large players in the per diem nursing segment saw weak performance in this space in 2007 (apart from acquisitions). This weakness continued into the fourth quarter. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Employment growth booming in Texas
Texas was home in January to the top four large metropolitan areas with fastest year-over-year job growth, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. However, the pace of growth among all metros tapered off and unemployment rates are rising. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 PEO growth update
Three of the four publicly-reporting PEOs registered continued strong growth in 4Q07.Revenue increased in the fourth quarter versus the year earlier by 14% at Administaff, 22% at ADP, and 6.5% at Barrett; Gevity reported a decline of 14.3%. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Cross Country 4Q07 revenue up 3.4%
Fourth-quarter revenue at Cross Country Healthcare Inc. rose 3.4% to $181.7 million, but revenue in the company's nurse and allied staffing business segment declined 1.3%. In this Briefing we examine financial results for the nation's second largest healthcare staffing firm. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - 4Q07 retained search growth update
While it was a good quarter for the publicly traded retained search firms, North American fee revenue growth continued to decelerate. For more, click here.