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

Claims Prompt $665,000 in Sanctions for IC Case

28 August 2013

A complaint along with claims of misclassification as independent contractors prompted the California Labor Commissioner to ultimately deliver $664,764 in sanctions to a Sacramento, Calif., landscaping business, the California Department of Industrial Relations reported.

Contingents’ Data Access Is Concern in Marijuana Audit

28 August 2013

Contingent workers’ access to confidential information has become a concern after an audit released earlier this summer of the Colorado Department of Public Health that covered, in part, temps’ access to medical marijuana registries.

Don’t Lose Sight

22 August 2013

A one-year delay in the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate doesn’t mean you can ease up on the preparation. Keeping on top of changes and the lack of clarity surrounding them is not easy. Do your homework.

Few Large Employers Will Face ACA Penalties

21 August 2013

Relatively few large companies will pay a penalty because they don’t offer healthcare insurance when the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate begins in 2015, according to a study released by the Rand Corporation. 

Feds Make Hospitality CW Buyers Pay

21 August 2013

Two contingent workforce buyers in the hotel industry and a staffing firm have been ordered to pay tens of thousands in settlements, according to announcements by the U.S. DOL.

Job Seekers: Staffing Firms = More Money

14 August 2013

Some job seekers believe working with a staffing supplier will result in more money, according to a recent survey by Addison Group.

Bill Aims to End ACA Part-Time Incentive

7 August 2013

A proposed bill aimed at reducing the incentive for employers to limit workers’ hours would change how potential penalties are calculated under the Affordable Care Act.

Attorneys General Blast Background Check Suits

7 August 2013

Attorneys general from nine states are asking the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity to reconsider two recent lawsuits against companies that denied employment due to results of criminal background checks.

Some Firms Ignore IC Rulings from IRS

31 July 2013

Some U.S. companies are ignoring IRS rulings that they misclassified workers as independent contractors.

IT industry confidence holds steady

23 July 2013

Information technology industry business confidence is holding steady in the third quarter, according to the CompTIA IT industry business confidence index.