SI Review: October 2011

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Who’s Who: The Staffing 100

Introducing the stars

We would like to draw attention to the people who make this industry work. Yes this issue is all about you. You bring us something we can’t do without: jobs. There are those among you who create jobs as well as those who place people in them. Finding jobs in any economy is challenging enough but in this one, “challenging” takes on a whole new meaning. These lists credit people who have made a difference to the industry and thereby positively affected the lives of hundreds, if not millions. The Staffing 100 is not a ranking; rather, it’s a list of influential staffing leaders chosen after a thorough review of nominations made by you, our advisors and the Staffing Industry Analysts team. We hope to update this list yearly. If your nominations did not make it to this year’s Staffing 100, don’t give up. There is always next year.

These folks have influenced staffing for the better and helped drive its growth. They are a mixture of the young and old, those just starting out and those who are CEOs of established corporations. Although our list is not an academic or objective study, it gives a contemporary viewpoint of who is important to the staffing industry today.

To download a list of the Staffing 100 in alphabetical order along with descriptions and sublists, click on the link below:

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