November 7, 2012
- Best states: Texas, Indiana, Florida, California, Illinois
- Worst states: West Virginia, Louisiana ,New Mexico, Connecticut, Virginia
- Best metros: Phoenix (AZ), Orlando (FL), Northern Virginia (VA), Dallas (TX), Oklahoma (OK)
October 31, 2012
- Cost advantage important
- Lower rates, lower markups
- Many other critical benefits
October 29, 2012
- What do staffing firms need to consider before entering the PEO market?
- Challenges and opportunities in payrolling/IC compliance.
- Effect of healthcare reform on PEOs.
September 24, 2012
- "Online Staffing" now a $1B industry
- High growth: revenues, new entrants
- "Technology-based play"-- low markups
September 6, 2012
- Study of salary and incentive benchmarks
- Includes best practices around sales compensation
- 13 staffing roles analyzed by company size
August 14, 2012
- Watch the full webinar on demand
- Find out the key sales force practices that differentiate top performing staffing firms from the underperformers
- Learn about critical elements that will keep your sales force engaged and motivated in the long term
- Approximately 1 hour
August 8, 2012
- Data on buyer satisfaction with suppliers and their top complaints about the services that staffing firms provide - including which buyers are most concerned about quality, cost, speed, etc.
- Cuts by industry, size, skill segment, management level, department, etc.
August 1, 2012
- Best employment trend: Ambulatory Services
- Worst employment trend: Local Government Education Services
- Comparative analysis and ranking among 79 industries
August 1, 2012
- Best States: Indiana, Arizona, Washington, and Texas
- Worst States: New Hampshire, Delaware, West Virginia, Maine, Alaska
- Best Metros: Boston, New York, Warren (MI), Cincinnati
2012 Contingent Buyers Survey: Who’s trying new suppliers? Who’s consolidating? How many suppliers do buyers typically use?
July 26, 2012
- Buyer intent to try new suppliers has been increasing over the past six years; buyers in retail/consumer are currently most open to trying new suppliers
- Median number of suppliers used: 20
- Buyers with more suppliers tend to give lower grades to their primary supplier