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Here is a list of research reports released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts.
INSIGHT - The future of VMS in a post-Chimes world
This Insight directs readers to a discussion panel transcript entitled, "The Future of VMS in a post-Chimes world." The document provides readers with a detailed record of a live event from the 2008 Staffing Industry Executive Forum in
BRIEFING - Feds return with 'no-match' rule for employers
The Department of Homeland Security released an update in March to its Social Security "no-match" rule targeting illegal workers and their employers, essentially reiterating its intent to press forward with the no-match plan. The department is also continuing in its appeal of a preliminary injunction preventing the original rule from taking effect. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Staffing stocks roughly flat in March
The Staffing Industry Stock Index (SISI) was roughly flat in March - the first month since October that it didn't decline. The index, which tracks 21 companies rose by 3.0 points to close at 1043.54 on March 31. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Staffing profit up median 6% in 2007
Full-year profit at 34 publicly traded staffing companies tracked by Staffing Industry Analysts rose a median 5.6% in 2007. Revenue was up a median 8.6%. However, this represents a slowdown from the previous year's performance, when income rose a median 47.1% and revenue increased a median 11.4%. For more, click here.
CITATION - Industry practices and regulatory change in the Japanese market
This citation directs readers towards a March 2006 working brief entitled, "The Japanese Staffing Market: Industry Practices and Regulatory Change." For more, click here.