Craig Johnson

Managing Editor, Staffing Publications

Craig Johnson
cjohnsonSPAMFILTER@staffingindustry.com

Craig Johnson is Managing Editor of Staffing Industry Review and Staffing Industry Analysts Daily News. Johnson joined Staffing Industry Analysts in 2006. He has more than 17 years of experience as a journalist.

Recent Articles

SIA Lists VMS, MSP Top Performers

14 December 2011

Vendor shopping? How do you know what your peers really think of their vendors? Or your staffing providers. This report indentifies the top VMS and MSP providers as ranked by your counterparts as well as staffing providers.

News: Adding Temps, Saving $

7 December 2011

End users of contingent labor continue to rely on temporary workers. Indeed, the number of temporary workers rose by 22,300 in November in the United States for a total of 2.3 million. This data was released last week by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Legal Eagle: Client Ruled Employer in Overtime Dispute

30 November 2011

The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals found that the end user of contingent labor was the employer of a temporary worker in a question regarding nonpayment of overtime to the contingent in a discrimination lawsuit.

The Price May Be Right

28 November 2011

The number of staffing industry mergers & acquisitions shrank with the recession. Buyers are now back, but whether this is a good time to sell depends on the specific deal.

Research Report: Direct Hire Picks Up Steam

28 November 2011

Volatile sector coming back strong.

News: `Tis the Season (to Hire)

16 November 2011

There really is a temp for each season. According to a survey of contingent workforce buyers by Staffing Industry Analysts in 2010, 21 percent of contingent usage was due to recurring seasonal needs. Who's hiring this season?

Deal Watch: New and renewed HCM deals

9 November 2011

Beginning with this issue, CWS 30 will periodically list some of the current human capital deals as well as a renewal of existing contracts in order to help CW managers map the staffing landscape. Signing or renewing contracts in this issue: The Boeing Company, BAE Systems Inc., the New Jersey School... More

Virtual Sweep

27 October 2011

Technology touches just about everything a staffing firm does, and the software that firms use is continually evolving. Staffing executives discuss what’s next in staffing software and its impact.

Research Report: Better Times, Better Pay

27 October 2011

Total executive compensation rises by median 25 percent.

News: Healthcare Reform: Penalties Could Increase Contingents’ Costs

26 October 2011

Penalties under the federal healthcare reform could increase costs for staffing firms and raise prices for contingent workers starting in 2014.