Subadhra Sriram was appointed publisher and editor, media products of Staffing Industry Analysts in October 2014. She is responsible for the company’s global media and digital strategy, supervising all editorial functions. Her role allows her to oversee SIA’s content channels while managing brands that strengthen SIA’s cutting edge-research. She has founded and moderates the leading forum of user-generated content where the voices of the staffing industry are heard.
Prior to SIA, Subadhra has had over 15 years of journalism experience at premier Fortune 500 publishing houses including Time Warner publications, Money magazine, Business 2.0 and Fortune Small Business. She began her career in India working for a national news magazine. She holds a Masters from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and a BS in English Literature and Economics from St Xavier’s College, Calcutta University.
23 May 2012
We will be honoring innovative contingent workforce programs that make a difference at this year’s CWS Summit. While contingent workforce programs have gained visibility in boardrooms, sophistication and practices vary when it comes to how they are managed, writes Editorial Director... More
22 May 2012
Letter from the Editor: The Other Side
9 May 2012
If you haven’t been paying attention to online staffing, you’d better start, writes Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram in The Contingent Blog. With the rise of Elance, oDesk and numerous other platforms, burying your head in the sand is no longer an option.
4 April 2012
Think your sensitive data is safe? The IRS has admitted that its Employment Operations offices did not complete all of the required pre-screening steps prior to employment, writes Subadhra R. Sriram in the Contingent Blog.
4 April 2012
Companies have to be prepared to air their dirty laundry with their managed service provider in order for it to service the account well.
29 March 2012
What makes a staffing firm a great place to work for in the eyes of a temp or contract worker? Consistent communication, treating workers with respect and special events have these temporary workers coming back for more.