Recent Updates

Dice Holdings replaces CEO; acquires UK job board

13 August 2013

Job board operator Dice Holdings Inc. replaced longtime CEO Scot Melland and announced July 24 it acquired a U.K.-based job board operator.


The Reserves Network buys engineering, IT, design firm

13 August 2013

The Reserves Network acquired Summit Technical Services, a provider of engineering, information technology and professional design staffing.


IT staffing provider sells healthcare division

13 August 2013

Mastech Holdings Inc. (NYSE MKT: MHH) sold its healthcare staffing businesses to Accountable Healthcare Staffing Inc.


Staffing Stream: A crowded boardroom: CIOs vs. CFOs

13 August 2013

Chief information officers may have an opportunity to take on greater control in their organizations as the economic rebound continues in the second half of this year, writes Michael Barefoot in a new post in The Staffing Stream.


Web: Infosys hit with hiring suit

13 August 2013

PCWorld reports an information technology worker sued Infosys alleging the company discriminates against U.S. job applicants.


“Online Staffing” Platforms: 2013 industry segment landscape

9 August 2013

  • 67 online staffing firms listed and described
  • Four largest: oDesk, Elance, freelancer.com, Zhubajie (Pig Network)
  • How online staffing fits into human cloud space

Webinar - 2013 Executive Summary Sales Compensation Practices for Staffing - August 2013

8 August 2013

  • Watch the full webinar on demand
  • Sales compensation practices for Staffing
  • Approximately 1 hour

Independents: An Essential Talent

7 August 2013

Despite growing government scrutiny of independent contractor classifications, companies cannot afford to shun this talent pool.


Attorneys General Blast Background Check Suits

7 August 2013

Attorneys general from nine states are asking the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity to reconsider two recent lawsuits against companies that denied employment due to results of criminal background checks.


Bill Aims to End ACA Part-Time Incentive

7 August 2013

A proposed bill aimed at reducing the incentive for employers to limit workers’ hours would change how potential penalties are calculated under the Affordable Care Act.