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Research from Staffing Industry Analysts

October 15 2007

Here is a list of research reports released last week by Staffing Industry Analysts. Click on a headline for the full list.

INSIGHT - Information technology staffing key drivers

This Insight examines the key drivers that are fueling growth and demand in the information technology staffing industry. It delves into topics such as outlook for IT employment, supply of skilled IT workers, state of the economy and the impact of these factors on IT staffing. For more, click here.

BRIEFING - Judge issues preliminary injunction against "no-match" rule

The Social Security "no-match" rule is on hold after a judge issued a preliminary injunction. Some fear the new rule could result in additional administrative costs and liabilities for staffing firms. For more, click here.

CITATION - Impact of online social networks on sourcing

This citation points readers to the results of online survey, "Making the Most of the New Tools: How online resources impact placement ratios, time-to-fill and profitability," a survey conducted by Bullhorn, a front office staffing and recruiting software firm. The survey results are based on responses from 130 staffing and recruiting industry professionals. For more, click here.

BRIEFING - Therapy staffing garners attention at Summit

Physical and occupational therapy staffing received a high level of interest at Staffing Industry Analysts' 2007 Healthcare Staffing Summit last month in Chicago. This Briefing takes a closer look at the temporary staffing market for these occupations. For more, click here.

INSIGHT - 2007 Staffing Industry Executive Forum panel discussion on trends in place and search

This panel discussion was held during the 2007 Staffing Industry Executive Forum in Miami. In the discussion, panelists delve into trends in the search and direct placement business, including integrating temp and perm businesses. For more, click here.

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