Region - Rest of World

Australia Data Sources

13 April 2012

A list of data sources for Australia including:

  • Academic resources, applicable government departments
  • Laws and regulations, contingent workforce market data
  • Trade associations and other organisations

Staffing in Pakistan (Links)

11 April 2012

  • List of staffing agencies
  • Main newspapers for job adverts
  • Jobsites and basic data

Largest Staffing Firms in Japan 2011

19 March 2012

  • Find out who dominated the fragmented Japanese staffing market
  • See which is the top foreign staffing firm
  • Read the list of the top 60 companies

Indian Staffing - Issues and Recommendations

2 March 2012

  • Indian market is growing 10-15% a year
  • Outline of issues facing the market
  • Brief outline of law involved

Japanese Data Sources

29 February 2012

A list of data sources for Japan including:

  • Academic resources, applicable government departments
  • Laws and regulations, contingent workforce market data
  • Trade associations and other organisations

An Overview of the Indonesian Labour Market

13 February 2012

  • Reviews the largest national economy and one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia.
  • Examines the economy and labour market
  • Discusses the shortage of skilled labour

Contingent Market Complexity: International Comparison

8 February 2012

  • Assesses contingent markets across five Continents
  • Shows which are markets are the least complex contingent markets and the easiest in which employers can develop a contingent workforce
  • Looks which are the most difficult.

The Wild Wild East

1 February 2012

We take a look at the unorganized but growing staffing industry in India. A new lobbying body is soon to be announced; plus an interview with the CEO of a 5,000-strong IT staffing and solutions firm.


Hiring Hub

1 February 2012

Centralizing the recruiting process is becoming a more common trend in the staffing industry. Who’s doing it and why?


Europe: Union Rights Challenged

1 February 2012

Two recent news stories in Europe have highlighted inconsistencies in what many would assume to be a fundamental right in most countries: the right of workers to join a labor union.