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.
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25 April 2011
Data this month from Belgium and the UK...
13 April 2011
This insight examines the goverment Guidance recently published on the AWR.....
7 April 2011
Our list features staffing companies with 2010 sales generated in Belgium in execess of 8 million euro.
30 March 2011
Osborne Clarke have recently brought out two excellent briefings...
25 February 2011
Please follow the link for the bumper February Legs and Regs briefing produced in association with the Ius Laboris legal network which covers important changes in Beligum, Europe, Germany, Italy and the UK last month.
27 October 2010
Our Market Snapshots provide you with an executive summary of the national staffing markets in Western Europe. They can be used as a barometer to assess the relative business environment within each market and are designed to help you whether you are a buyer or supplier of contingent labour; looking... More
2 February 2011
The Flex Work Research Centre (FWRC) is a joint initiative launched by ABU (the Dutch Staffing Association) and the University of Amsterdam. ABU and CIETT finance the research monitor.