Subadhra Sriram

Editor & Publisher, Media Products

Subadhra Sriram

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.

Recent Articles

Blog: What’s In a Name?

21 September 2011

When it comes to contingent workers, a lot, writes Editorial Director Subadhra Sriram in the Contingent Blog. One contingent worker might consider him- or herself an independent contractor and another a statement of work (SOW) consultant. Read why those differences should matter... More

News: Employers' Hiring Plans Guarded

21 September 2011

U.S. employers continue to be guarded in their hiring predictions, according to the quarterly Manpower employment outlook survey released by the ManpowerGroup Inc. last week.

Blog: What Are You But Your Reputation?

14 September 2011

It can take just one disgruntled worker tweeting about your company to create a PR nightmare, Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram writes in the Contingent Blog.

News: Contingents May Be Cheaper to Hire

14 September 2011

President Obama’s jobs bill may just save users of contingent workers money. Here’s how.

News: Have Choices, Will Temp

7 September 2011

There are some 16 million independent workers in the United States today, while another 28 million Americans are considering becoming independent within the next two years. How will that affect your contingent workforce?

Blog: The IRS Will Not Look the Other Way

31 August 2011

The IRS knows the economy’s been tough; it also knows companies are getting careless in their efforts to cut costs and are improperly classifying workers as independent.

It’s Okay to Talk to Temps about Pay

17 August 2011

According to a recent court ruling, staffing firms cannot prohibit contingent workers from disclosing their pay.

Top Suppliers Lists Available

10 August 2011

When Staffing Industry Analysts asked companies how they find their suppliers, 27 percent said it was via lists. Now available are nearly two dozen lists of the top staffing firms out there.

Heard on the Street: Delineating Core, Noncore Functions

10 August 2011

Analyzing what functions are core and what are not — and therefore are more suited to contingent worker usage — is a process all organizations should undergo.

Center Stage

27 July 2011

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