Recent Updates

Proposed US bill would raise H-1B visa cap

3 February 2015

US senators introduced a bill to reform immigration laws for high-skilled workers, including increasing the H-1B visa cap to 115,000 from 65,000.


Candidate SmartMatch Technology now available — Promoted

3 February 2015

StaffDNA released the Candidate SmartMatch, a pairing technology that allows healthcare staffing companies to directly source the best available candidates.


AMN completes buy of healthcare staffing, VMS firms

3 February 2015

AMN Healthcare Services Inc. (NYSE: AHS) completed its acquisition of Onward Healthcare, Locum Leaders and VMS provider Medefis.


Mitchell Martin buys healthcare staffing firm Therapists on Demand

3 February 2015

Mitchell Martin Inc. acquired the operating assets of Therapists on Demand Inc., a healthcare staffing firm based in Philadelphia. 


On Assignment sells physician staffing unit for $123 million

3 February 2015

On Assignment Inc. (NYSE: ASGN) sold its physician staffing segment to Envision Healthcare (NYSE: EVHC) for $123.0 million.


ACA helps drive increase in hospital admissions, staffing firms benefit

3 February 2015

Hospital admissions have improved partly as a result of the ACA, and that is helping staffing firms.


UK Monthly Hiring Trends Dec 2014 Jan 2015

30 January 2015

  • Latest insights on the UK professional recruitment market
  • Compare with the trends for on-line jobs
  • This report also features the latest salary trends

The employer mandate is starting to kick in. Where do you stand?

28 January 2015

Now that Jan. 1 has come and gone, the employer mandate portion of the Affordable Care Act is in partial effect. Are you paying more for your contingent workers now?


Plan to grow your contingent workforce? Understand its components first.

28 January 2015

Buyers are projecting to increase the size of their contingent workforces. Are you among them?


Expect your time-to-fill rates to increase

28 January 2015

It may start to take longer to fill your job reqs, according to recent studies. But don't pin all the blame on your providers.