Daily NewsView All News
May has been a busy month for Staffing Industry Analysts as we have published a range of research pieces, which should be of interest to both staffing firms and buyers of contingent labour. Find out about the latest legal developments and MSP structures in Europe, read in-depth reports about the Italian, Dutch and Brazilian temporary staffing markets and see which staffing firms lead the market in France.
Read our latest legal update in association with the Ius Laboris Global Network in May’s edition which includes information from Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK.
This report provides an overview of the things a programme manager should consider before rolling out an MSP in European markets, outlining the three types of MSP contact structure and discussing the legal prohibitions.
Find out about the compensation rates for contingent buyers and how this has evolved.
Brazil has been one of the world’s strongest performing emerging economies in recent years. With an average annual GDP growth rate of over 5%, Brazil has overtaken the UK as the world's sixth-largest economy – this report will tell you more about this fast growing market and its temporary staffing environment.
This report sets out a profile of the respondents to our 2011 contingent buyer survey, giving you more of an understanding of contingent buyers and their roles within their companies.
Italy is one of the largest staffing markets in Europe but the recent global financial crisis has left the country in a parlous state. Find out how this has affected Italy’s workforce environment.
Vacancies are the main casualty so far as temporary placements are still rising slowly in most sectors, according to data provided by APSCo members. The Engineering sector is still keeping up, but permanent placements show serious signs of inflection while the burst of activity in the North East has spread to the North West and the Midlands.
Adecco largely dominates the French market, followed by ManpowerGroup and Randstad. In the first half of 2011, the staffing industry in France benefited from a strong recovery but ultimately was hit by the Eurozone crisis and by September growth started to falter.
The Dutch workforce was 8.5 million strong in 2010 – approximately 80% of employees work in services, 18% in industry, and just 2% are in agriculture. In 2011 the Netherlands had one of the lowest unemployment rates of all EU countries at 3.9%
Vendor-neutral, hybrid, and master supplier are the most referenced terms when it comes to engagement models, but these are just high-level definitions, and the nature of the landscape is changing, calling for new models. This report revisits and updates the various models of engagement and discusses the pros and cons of each.
The latest company result of over 40 European-listed staffing firms showed mixed results in both the Q4 2011 and end-of-year reports.
Only ten out of 26 markets have market leaders other than Adecco, Randstad or ManpowerGroup, however, this does include major markets in AsiaPac (Japan, China and Australia). Find out more in this report.