Subadhra Sriram

Editor & Publisher, Media Products

Subadhra Sriram
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Subadhra Sriram is Editor & Publisher of Media Products at Staffing Industry Analysts. Sriram interviews industry thought leaders and reports on trends, best practices, legislation and compliance in the CW management space. Her analysis and opinions are designed to put CW issues into context and to stimulate strategic thinking with her readers.

Sriram has nearly two decades of journalism experience, beginning as a reporter with a national news magazine in India, Sunday, before working for Time Warner in its consumer business publications - Money, Fortune Small Business and Business 2.0.

She holds an M.S. in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School and a B.S. in literature from Calcutta University, India.

Recent Articles

Blog: Not Really the Big Bad Wolf

29 August 2012

The recession helped erase some of staffing’s negative image, but difficulties remain, Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram writes in The Contingent Blog.

Online Staffing: A Viable Choice

15 August 2012

Despite recent hype about online staffing, large corporations have not hopped on the online staffing bandwagon. But the model online staffing model can be a good choice for acquiring quality contingent labor.

Interns Are Contingent

8 August 2012

Since 2010, the Department of Labor has considered interns as employees — and expects them to be paid. Buyers have yet to recognize this fact, opening them up to stiff penalties, writes Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram in The Contingent Blog.

Blog: You Get What You Pay For

1 August 2012

Buyers of staffing services want to shave costs. We get it. There has been a recession and companies are still hurting. But when it comes to sourcing talent, pinching pennies isn’t always the best response, writes Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram in The Contingent Blog. 

The Man Who Sold VMS

1 August 2012

Vendor management systems historically have been greatly disliked by staffing suppliers. How one man has managed to shift perceptions and carve a place for VMS. 

The Man Who Sold VMS

28 July 2012

Fieldglass CEO Jai Shekhawat may not have been the first to bring a vendor management system to market, but his claim to fame comes from making the VMS more palatable to managed service providers and staffing firms. Read how his integrity and approach helped spread his high-tech vision.

Wanted: Social Media Recruiting Help

25 July 2012

As the buzz around social media continues, companies are getting increasingly smarter about how they recruit talent to help in these efforts.

Blog: Why We Are Bullish on IT

18 July 2012

Continual innovation and advancement in various technologies have led to ever-increasing numbers of IT professionals needed to sustain, develop and support new creations, which in turn has propelled huge demand for contingent IT talent. There are a host of options out there, writes Editorial Director... More

Center Stage

2 July 2012

Center Stage: Three-Pronged Approach

Letter from the Editor

2 July 2012

You can’t eliminate risk, you can just mitigate it