Sales/Mktg & Market Opportunities

2010 Staffing Company Survey: Highest bang-to-buck marketing & sales tactics for staffing firms

November 2, 2010

  • Top marketing & sales tactics identified
  • What larger firms do differently
  • How tactics vary by segment, firm size

2010 Staffing Company Survey: Who sells what to whom

November 2, 2010

Which segments are sold to which industries
Staffing firm specialization by segment, industry
Staffing segments: what goes with what


Employment Insecurity

November 2, 2010

So what: This document will help you develop an ad-hoc strategy to attract and retain workers across Europe by better understand their feelings about employment security and insecurity.


Best and worst U.S. metro job markets

November 2, 2010

Best: DC, Boston, Minneapolis, Austin, Baltimore
Worst: Chicago, NY/NJ, California
None of top 20 markets in Western U.S.


Best and Worst U.S. Industry Job Markets

October 5, 2010

Temp still #1 job generator, but slowing
Funemployment: accomodation #2, also food services, entertainment
Also adding jobs: educ, health, compuer systems design
Losing jobs: government, construction-related

Best and worst U.S. metro job markets

September 28, 2010

Best: DC, Boston, Minneapolis, Austin, Baltimore
Worst: Chicago, NY/NJ, California
None of top 20 markets in Western U.S.


Best and worst U.S. metro job markets

September 28, 2010

Best: DC, Boston, Minneapolis, Austin, Baltimore
Worst: Chicago, NY/NJ, California
None of top 20 markets in Western U.S.

2010 Staffing Company Survey: Who sells what to whom

July 20, 2010

Which segments are sold to which industries
Staffing firm specialization by segment, industry
Staffing segments: what goes with what

2010 Staffing Company Survey: Highest bang-to-buck marketing & sales tactics for staffing firms

June 18, 2010

Top marketing & sales tactics identified
What larger firms do differently
How tactics vary by segment, firm size

2010 Staffing Company Survey: How much revenue should you be getting from repeat business?

June 14, 2010

Typical staffing firm gets 76%-80% repeat business
Nine out of ten say majority revenue is repeat
But rate of repeat business varies by segment, industry