Recent Updates

Rest of the World Legs & Regs Advisor August 2013

20 September 2013

  • Read our latest legal update in association with the Ius Laboris netowrk
  • We have covered a variety of judicial developments, including labour reforms and court rulings
  • Data has been gathered from across the Rest of the World

Healthcare staffing growth falling short of expectations in 2013

18 September 2013

The U.S. healthcare staffing market will grow 4 percent year-over-year in 2013, far lower than our original projection of 9 percent, according to the updated forecast published last week by Staffing Industry Analysts.

Web: Medical license delays in Illinois causing difficulties

18 September 2013

WLS-TV in Chicago reports that delays in approving new medical licenses in Illinois are causing problems for nurses and others.

Staffing Stream: What NOT to do when selling

18 September 2013

Just because someone has the gift of gab, doesn’t mean it should be used on buyers. 

This week is National Health IT Week

18 September 2013

This week is the eighth annual “National Health IT Week,” the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society announced.

Decton acquires Cal-West Personnel

18 September 2013

Decton Inc. acquired Cal-West Personnel Inc., a Fullerton, Calif.-based staffing agency.

Streamlining HR processes, healthcare reform are top initiatives

18 September 2013

Streamlining human resource processes and preparing for healthcare reform rank among top cost-saving initiatives.

Rule brings minimum wage, overtime to homecare workers

18 September 2013

A final rule to extend minimum wage and overtime protections to U.S. direct care workers was announced Sept. 17 by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Interim Healthcare buys UK firm

18 September 2013

Interim HealthCare Inc., a U.S. home care, hospice and health staffing franchise firm, extended its footprint globally with the acquisition of U.K.-based Bluebird Care Franchises Limited.

Staffing firm settling nurse suit for $1.8 million

18 September 2013

U.S. Nursing Corp. agreed to a $1.77 million settlement in a class action lawsuit in federal court that involves more than 2,500 temporary nurses who filled in at California hospitals during labor disputes, according to court records.