Tony Gregoire

Director of Research, North America

Tony Gregoire
tgregoireSPAMFILTER@staffingindustry.com

Tony Gregoire is Director of Research, North America, at Staffing Industry Analysts. Tony is currently responsible for North American research for both Corporate Members and CWS Council Members. Since joining Staffing Industry Analysts in 2008, he has covered healthcare staffing and authored reports such as the US Staffing Industry Forecast and the VMS & MSP Competitive Landscape.

Tony holds an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School and passed the CFA Level III exam.

Recent Articles

Engineering/design staffing growth update

March 20, 2009

Sector falls in 4Q
Key economic trends indicate continued decline
Estimated growth lowered to 2% for 2008; -4% for 2009 

Healthcare staffing growth update

August 21, 2009

Q3 will be even worse than Q2, but should be the bottom
Signs of burn-out among non-contingents, but few exit options with unemployment over 9%
Downgrade in upcoming update to healthcare staffing industry forecast

Largest U.S. Office/Clerical Temporary Staffing Firms

October 9, 2008

13 firms make $200MM cut, comprising 44% of market
Top 5 represent 28% of the industry
Kelly tops the list; over $1 billion in office/clerical sales

Staffing Industry Stock Index analysis

June 1, 2009

SISI down 6% in May
7 gainers, 13 decliners
Rally in the broader market tapered off in mid May

Staffing Industry Trends and Outlook Webinar- April 2009

April 22, 2009

An exclusive event for Corporate Members
Video overview of recent staffing trends and research
Includes recent research to help boost your business

Clinical Scientific staffing growth update

March 31, 2009

Project 2009 contraction of 2.0%
Estimated market size of $1.5 billion
Aerotek is largest provider

Temporary employment trends - what they might (and might not) tell us

July 6, 2009

Caution urged when hunting for magic bullet
The economy drives temp, not the other way around
Seasonality matters

Largest U.S. Legal Temporary Staffing Firms

October 7, 2008

Six firms make $25MM cut, comprising 36% of market
Hudson Highland, MPS, and Update comprise 30% of market
Legal is largest staffing segment for only two of the six firms

Analysis of Robert Half 4Q08 earnings release

January 28, 2009

U.S. staffing revenue contracts 21% y/y
"Perm" revenue contracts 35% y/y
1Q09 guidance of total company revenue: 27%-31% contraction y/y

Largest U.S. Finance & Accounting Temporary Staffing Firms

October 6, 2008

18 firms make $50MM cut, comprising 47% of market
Robert Half places first, comprising 19% of market
F&A is primary staffing segment for only 3 of the 18 firms