Recent Updates

Why I like my staffing firm

1 April 2013

What makes a staffing firm a great place to work for in the eyes of a temp? We show you what works and why from the temporary worker’s perspective.


Inside the Best Staffing Firms to Work For

1 April 2013

We feature the top staffing firms to work for by exploring a “typical” work day that different employees experience at these companies. The employees spoke on why these firms are the best. There were many recurring themes including an approachable management team that listened and supportive team... More


Research Report: The Bigger, the Better

1 April 2013

Economies of scale are associated with firms offering staffing-related services.


Benefit of Counsel

1 April 2013

Across the Pond: Issues to consider when sending workers to and within Europe — even temporarily.


Straight Talk From the Customer

1 April 2013

The Cost Factor: Why the industry must work together to ensure the right rates.


Beyond the Daily

1 April 2013

We include developments from the Staffing Industry Daily News and The Staffing Stream to help you focus on emerging movements that could shape your business for the better.


Letter From the Editor

1 April 2013

Want to hire great people? Get on the Best Staffing Firms to Work For list. It is the ultimate report card on how you treat your employees.


News Report March 2013

28 March 2013

Missed the news last month? Here is a quick overview of what happened in the staffing industry and the labour markets in the Rest of the World. Browse news by region and keep up to date with the latest financial reports, market trends and employment data – just click on the links below.


Potential sources of funding (ROW)

27 March 2013

A list of potential funding providers broken down by:

  • Country HQ
  • Investment Stage
  • Geographies of Interest

Getting the Basics Right During Implementation

27 March 2013

If you have been through a CW program implementation — whether it was a complete program transformation, a change in providers or a program “adjustment” — you know that adoption is key. The other key component is basic, literally.