Tony Gregoire

Director of Research, North America

Tony Gregoire
tgregoireSPAMFILTER@staffingindustry.com

Tony Gregoire is Director of Research, North America, at Staffing Industry Analysts. Tony is currently responsible for North American research for both Corporate Members and CWS Council Members. Tony is also the lead analyst for the healthcare staffing market.
Tony holds an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School and passed the CFA Level III exam.

Recent Articles

Healthcare staffing survey

September 11, 2008

Median year-over-year organic revenue growth of 5.0% in 2Q08
Locum and allied drive growth; per diem nursing showing weakness 
Most healthcare staffing firms believe use of internal hospital pools increasing 

D.C. metro area's largest law offices

December 2, 2008

Useful target list for legal staffing firms in D.C. metro area
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr top the list despite y/y decrease
List ranks top 150 law firms by attorney headcount

Largest U.S. Engineering/Design Temporary Staffing Firms

October 8, 2008

21 firms make $50MM cut, comprising 65% of market
Top 10 represent 53% of the industry
Allegis tops the list: over $1 billion in engineering/design sales

Staffing Industry Stock Index analysis

September 3, 2008

SISI gains 1.9%; 16 firms up, 4 down
Cheaper oil boosts broader market
CDI, TrueBlue see big gains

Staffing Industry Stock Index analysis

March 5, 2009

SISI down 7.1% in February but outperforms S&P 500
15 decliners; 5 gainers
Index is down 65% from May 31, 2007

Survey of staffing firms: Top temp/contractor recruiting methods

July 22, 2008

Referrals considered most important recruiting method
Candidate database, list of former temps, job boards also tops
Larger firms more likely to use job boards, job postings

Staffing Industry Stock Index analysis

January 5, 2009

SISI rises 4.2% in December; 9 losers; 12 gainers
SISI down 34.9% in 2008; no gainers
Best in 2008: Resources Connection, Worst in 2008: Medical Staffing Network

Analysis of MPS Group 4Q08 earnings release

February 5, 2009

4Q08 revenue of $488 million; 6.6% y/y contraction on organic, c/c basis
First four weeks of January: "Perm" revenue down 60% y/y in North America Professional
1Q09 guidance implies 21%-28% y/y revenue contraction (not adjusted for acquisitions, currency)

Staffing Industry Stock Index analysis

April 1, 2009

SISI up 10.8% in March, outperforms S&P 500
15 gainers, 5 decliners
Weak demand in nurse staffing drives bearish guidance in healthcare

All lists of largest providers by segment updated

August 5, 2009

Reports updated for industrial, office/clerical, IT, engineering, F&A, healthcare, clinical/scientific, legal
Several companies added
Estimates adjusted for new information