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A Misclassification Moment with the IRS

October 10, 2011 - from Subadhra Sriram's Blog

Google the word “misclassification” and you get around 1.16 million hits. It is also the number one search term on Staffing Industry Analysts’ website. So it was no surprise that... More


So you think you’re an analyst

October 10, 2011 - from Adam Pode's Blog

Do you like puzzles, word games or murder mysteries? I have set out three tests that I think you will find of interest.

Our own survey helps you test your business skills and identifies... More


The Age of Man

September 29, 2011 - from Subadhra Sriram's Blog

It’s not always about money. Contrary to conventional wisdom and cynics, workers want to be kept on their toes. And it doesn’t really matter if they are contingent or an employee;... More


What's In a Name?

September 20, 2011 - from Subadhra Sriram's Blog

When it comes to contingent workers, a lot. Here’s why. One contingent worker might consider him- or herself an independent contractor, another a freelancer, still another a statement... More


Divided by a common language?

September 14, 2011 - from John Nurthen's Blog

Having worked in the staffing industry in an international capacity for a number of years, I’ve become quite familiar with the differences in spelling and pronunciation between American... More


What Are You But Your Reputation?

September 9, 2011 - from Subadhra Sriram's Blog

This could be a bumper sticker for this decade. Between social media and the zillion other forms of communication open to folks out there, it can take just one disgruntled worker going... More


Eurostat

September 9, 2011 - from Adam Pode's Blog

Other than our own data released on the Research page, one of the best sources of statistics on European markets is the European Commission’s Eurostat website. Eurostat... More


The IRS Will Not Look the Other Way

August 29, 2011 - from Subadhra Sriram's Blog

Yes, we know there’s been a recession. It’s been the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression; in fact the United States has never seen anything quite like this. But that... More


Root for Those Temps in Tough Times

August 24, 2011 - from Subadhra Sriram's Blog

It’s not a good omen. Like everything else that is related to the economy, temporary worker usage has stalled. The number of U.S temporary help jobs was flat in July.

As we came off... More


Six Ss of Search

August 15, 2011 - from Adam Pode's Blog

This week I wanted to focus on a lesson I learned some time ago from Russ Haynal. Whether you are specifically studying European labour markets or more generally looking to research... More