CWS 3.0: January 11, 2012


Advertorial: Click that SIA Survey Link

2012 brings muddled growth prospects thanks to a questionable global economy and a U.S. election year, In the midst of this, companies are relying more than ever on contingent labor. Staffing Industry Analysts’ buyer survey shows a whopping 75 percent of customers plan to use 26 percent more contingent workers by 2013. With the CW marketplace evolving rapidly, it’s critical for CW professionals to know what their peers and their providers are up to. 

To get and retain quality talent, you need to know what the hottest jobs, salaries and markets are. One way to stay up to date on industry trends is by surveys. And that’s where Staffing Industry Analysts comes in. We conduct surveys regularly to help you keep the pulse of your own market as well as that of your providers.

But your participation is required. We need you to help us help you. You want to know how your program stacks up against others, so be sure to respond in kind when asked to participate in our annual buyer’s survey. Additionally, your input is invaluable to the accuracy of our VMS/MSP Competitive Landscape report series, produced annually. The data from this report looks  into the quality of VMS and MSP service providers, telling you which ones CW program owners are most happy with and what each offers. The providers themselves take part in this study.

In addition, we help you find providers. Our annual Book of Lists, a.k.a., “Buyer’s Shopping List,” is a tool that providers the top vendors serving your industry. Further, we rank the Best Staffing Firms to Work For. This list gives you insight into obtaining quality talent; happy employees and temps make for good workers for your program.

With insight into obtaining quality talent and providers, we can help you stay on top of the CW game and competition. So when you get survey requests from us throughout the year, click that link.

For more information, please contact Adrianne Nelson at


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