Ziv Tepman

Research Analyst

Ziv Tepman

Ziv Tepman joined Staffing Industry Analysts in 2013. His coverage areas include industry benchmarking, market size estimates, survey research, data analytics, labor market trends, and technology in staffing. He has worked as an analyst in the economic consulting and high-tech industries. He holds a BA in economics and MS in management science and engineering, both from Stanford University.

Recent Articles

Staffing Industry Report Webinar - February 2016

February 9, 2016

  • Watch the full webinar on demand
  • Internal Employee Compensation Estimator reviewed in this webinar
  • Approximately 1 hour

2016 U.S. Internal Employee Compensation Estimator

January 22, 2016

  • Compensation data from 10,581 staffing professionals
  • Data on base salary, bonus and total cash compensation
  • Data available by job title, experience and other variables

Staffing Industry Report Webinar - January 2016

January 9, 2016

  • Watch the full webinar on demand
  • Latest Surveys and Industrial Staffing Growth Report
  • Approximately 1 hour

December 2015 Growth Assessment: Industrial Staffing

December 29, 2015

  • This 76 page report provides an in-depth look at the industrial staffing segment
  • Contains market size estimates by geography, occupation, and industry
  • Includes industrial-specific data cuts from the 2015 Contingent Buyers Survey

North America Contingent Buyers Survey: 2015 Full Report

December 10, 2015

  • 450-page compilation of 2009-2015 buyer survey reports

Perceived Cost Savings from Using CW

December 4, 2015

  • Median perceived cost savings of 9% by using contingent workers

Why Some Buyers Don’t Use VMS and MSP

December 3, 2015

  • Most common reason for not using VMS was that it was already being explored
  • Second most common reason was cost
  • Reasons for not using MSP included cost and insufficient volume

How Buyers Gather Supplier Feedback

November 30, 2015

  • 73% collected supplier feedback
  • Cadence was usually quarterly, semiannually or annually
  • Most common form of feedback was surveys/questionnaires/emails

Buyers’ Staffing Supplier Sourcing Models

November 24, 2015

  • Most common vendor bidding model was primaries, at 54%
  • Rate structures: Fixed rates per job title, max bill rates and pay range plus mark-up all selected by over 50%
  • Only 17% reported using open bill rates

Buyers’ International Presence

November 20, 2015

  • Great majority of buyers in our survey have CW programs that cover North America
  • One third reported covering Western Europe, one fourth reported covering Asia/Pacific
  • Many expect to expand geographically within 2-4 years