Craig Johnson

Managing Editor, Staffing Publications

Craig Johnson
cjohnsonSPAMFILTER@staffingindustry.com

Craig Johnson is Managing Editor of Staffing Industry Review and Staffing Industry Analysts Daily News. Johnson joined Staffing Industry Analysts in 2006. He has more than 17 years of experience as a journalist.

Recent Articles

News: Misclassification Results in “Stop Work” Orders

7 March 2012

Nineteen companies in Connecticut were forced to stop work at construction sites recently due to independent contractor misclassifications, the state’s Department of Labor reported.

Wisdom of the Crowd

1 March 2012

Find out why crowdsourcing may be a part of staffing’s future. Other up-and-coming trends that you should know about include mobile technology, independent workers and increased usage of vendor management systems. A few future possibilities for the staffing industry could mean a new way of doing business.... More

News: Feds Issue Citations to Buyer, Staffing Firm

29 February 2012

The operator of  a distribution center owned by the Hershey Co. in Palmyra, Pa., and its staffing provider were issued $288,000 in proposed penalties over workplace safety and health violations, the U.S. Department of Labor reported. 

News: Judge Rules Firms Can’t Fire Contract Workers

8 February 2012

A federal judge ruled workers who are suing a California warehouse cannot be fired.

Research Report: Out of time

1 February 2012

Majority of large customers use term limits.

News: Tech Professionals’ Pay Rises

1 February 2012

Salaries for technology professionals rose 2 percent in 2011 and more are receiving bonuses, according to a salary survey released last week by job board operator Dice Holdings Inc.

News: Client, Staffing Firm Cited for Safety Violation

25 January 2012

A California distribution center was cited, along with its staffing provider, for unsafe working conditions that led to a worker’s injury.

Legal Eagle: Staffing Firm, Clients Hit with $10 Million Suit

18 January 2012

A staffing firm and its hotel clients have been sued by a group of contingent workers who allege they were regularly not paid for all hours worked or overtime. 

News: Eye on Japan

11 January 2012

A spate of acquisitions by large staffing providers point to a growing interest in the Japanese market — and Asia-Pacific as a whole.

Happy Clients = $$$

27 December 2011

The Epitec Group takes its commitment to customers seriously. What the Southfield, Mich.-based information technology staffing firm does to keep clients happy.