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Here is a list of research reports, and citations to other research, released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts.
INSIGHT - Interview with CHG Healthcare Services CEO Michael Weinholtz
Staffing Industry Analysts recently spoke to CHG Healthcare Services CEO Michael Weinholtz. Founded in 1979, CHG Healthcare Services is one of the nation's oldest and largest healthcare staffing firms. Weinholtz will be speaking on the healthcare panel at the 2008 Staffing Industry Executive Forum, March 5-7 in Las Vegas, along with Kforce Health & Life Sciences President Peter Alonso and Nursefinders CEO Bob Livonius. For more, click here.
INSIGHT - Interview with Nursefinders CEO Bob Livonius
In the following interview, Bob Livonius, CEO of Nursefinders Inc., talks to Staffing Industry Analysts about key issues in healthcare staffing, including: opportunities, threats, the candidate shortage, the upcoming elections, and healthcare reform. Livonius will be speaking on the healthcare panel at the 2008 Staffing Industry Executive Forum, March 5-7 in Las Vegas. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Vedior's U.S. sales stall
Vedior NV reported fourth quarter global revenue of euro2.17 billion, up 9% on a year-over-year basis. Excluding non-recurring items, net income was euro68.7 million, reflecting a 23% increase. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Manpower's U.S. sales down 7.6%
Manpower reported fourth quarter global revenue of $5.6 billion, up 19.6% year-over-year. However, the U.S. remained the company's week spot, with quarterly revenue down 7.6% from the year earlier. Net income was $133.1 million, reflecting a 20.1% increase. For more, click here.
BRIEFING - Staffing Industry Stock Index falls 3.3%
The Staffing Industry Stock Index (SISI) fell in January, ending the month down 3.3%. The index, which tracks 20 public companies, fell by 36.1 to close at 1046.32 on Jan. 31. For more, click here.
CITATION - Global merger and acquisition activity in 2007
This citation directs readers to "Merger and Acquisition in the Temporary Staffing Industry 2007," a working brief from the University of Manchester's Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) sponsored research series. For more, click here.