Recent Updates

Out of the Ballpark

1 February 2013

Billy Beane, general manager of the Oakland A’s, helped usher in the stats revolution in baseball. We explore what it might mean for the staffing industry.


Counterpoint

1 February 2013

Online staffing is the subject of this month’s Counterpoint. Jay Lash argues it is really just online freelance, but Andrew Karpie says online staffing is a platform that can support many types of work arrangements.


Benefit of Counsel

1 February 2013

Can You Keep a Secret? The burgeoning concern over confidential information.


Straight Talk From the Customer

1 February 2013

The no-touch program: Why no direct hiring manager contact is beneficial for suppliers in an MSP program.


Beyond the Daily

1 February 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 February 2013

Our mission is to help you do your job better and grow the business.


News Report ROW January 2013

31 January 2013

  • This news report offers a quick overview of what happened in the staffing industry and the labour markets.
  • Find the latest news from Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa and the Americas. 
  • Browse news by region and keep up to date with the latest financial reports, market trends and... More

Setting the Right Workforce Mix

30 January 2013

Guest author Christopher Minnick explains what steps companies should take to determine the right workforce mix for their organizations.


Online Staffing on the Global Stage

30 January 2013

Online staffing platforms continue to gain traction as a source for contingent workers not just for companies based in the United States, but for those around the world as well.  


Apple Suppliers Reimburse Foreign Contingents’ Excess Recruiting Fees

30 January 2013

Apple Inc. required suppliers to reimburse $6.4 million in excess recruiter fees to contract workers at foreign operations in 2012. The computer maker also turned in a labor agency in China that had knowingly supplied underage workers to a factory.