Adam Pode joined Staffing Industry Analysts in June 2009 with overall responsibility for research in Europe and now for the Rest of the World. Since then he has produced a large number of studies from snapshots of various countries’ staffing sectors, to in-depth reviews of the law concerning independent contractors, economic models and forecasts. He has also advised companies from around the globe.
Adam has spent his entire career in the research field; in the British House of Commons, running his own research firm, teaching research methods at a college in Pennsylvania, heading the business intelligence unit of a large listed UK firm and working as an associate partner in a private equity practice. He was also a member of the Territorial Army for 18 years.
Adam has a B.A. from the School of Oriental and African Studies, and various postgraduate qualifications.
Research Focus: Brazil | Eastern Europe | Greece | India | Ireland | Middle East | Portugal | Russia | UK
2 April 2012
- See the most popular strategies in Europe
- Compare them with North America
- Understand what is most likely to be explored within two years
23 March 2012
- An update on the flexicurity debate
- Data and Charts from Eurofound
- A review of flexicurity measures
23 March 2012
- See how the Western Europe Staffing Industry Share Index is doing.
- Compare it to the US and FTSE Euro Mid Cap Index.
- See which firms have done best and worst.
29 February 2012
- Read our latest legal update in association with the Ius Laboris Global Network
- A bumper issue this month for Belgium, Europe, France, Germany Italy and the UK
27 February 2012
- Data on workforce plans
- Share of contingent workers
- Areas for Growth
24 February 2012
- APSCo data turns generally positive
- Innovantage shows both perm and temp up
- Economy gradually improving
21 February 2012
One of the first estimates for Europe of the number of:
- Independent Contractors
- Temporary Workers (Other)
- All Contingent Workers
6 February 2012
- First full contingent buyers survey for Europe
- Full questions and summary answers
- More detailed reports on this data to follow
1 February 2012
- The report sets out details of central governments spending on temporary staff.
- Key findings include the monthly total amount they are spending.
- Details of the Department whose spending dwarfs all others.
31 January 2012
- See how your competitors or suppliers are faring
- Provides a spreadsheet you can upload into Outlook
- All the events listed will be covered in the Daily News