Sales/Mktg & Market Opportunities

2014 U.S. Geographic Opportunity Atlas

July 17, 2014

  • Excel file and report identify highest-opportunity U.S. geographic areas for temporary staffing
  • Provides temporary staffing market data at the state, metro, and county levels
  • Includes metro market size estimates and color-coded maps

July 2014 Employment Hotlist

July 8, 2014

  • ‘Mining and logging’, including oil and gas extraction, topped the list of hottest industries on a percentage employment growth basis.
  • The ‘professional and business services’ industry ranked highest in volume of job growth.
  • The manufacturing industry reporting the highest average... More

SI Report Webinar - July 2014

July 8, 2014

  • Watch the full webinar on demand
  • Niche focus on educational staffing
  • How do contingent buyers select staffing firms?
  • Approximately 1 hour

2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: What specific skills are you having the most difficulty recruiting?

June 19, 2014

  • Skills associated with managing and modifying company‐wide enterprise software were reported as the most difficult to recruit
  • Within engineering, the most difficult to recruit skills were specialized, niche skills, and skills related to petroleum engineering
  • Among buyers of industrial/logistics,... More

4Q13 Employment Hotlist: The fastest-growing U.S. job markets, by detailed industry and geography

December 26, 2013

  • Mining and logging is hottest among eleven major industries
  • Government came in last, with notable job losses at the federal level
  • Industry with highest average overtime hours is petroleum refineries

Building a Non-Commoditized Client Base: Saying Goodbye to VMS/MSP Programs

December 20, 2013

  • Experts describe staffing markets that do not use VMS/MSP
  • Tips on building a "boutique" staffing model

2013 Staffing Company Survey: What percent of staffing firm revenue is derived from statement of work (SOW)?

November 22, 2013

  • Forty-seven percent of staffing firms derived some revenue from SOW
  • Among these firms, the median percent of revenue derived was 10%
  • There was a strong positive correlation between firm size and whether a firm derived any revenue from SOW.

2013 Staffing Company Survey: What percent of staffing firm revenue is derived from oil/gas, education, and government?

November 22, 2013

  • Thirty-five percent of all staffing firms derive revenue from the oil/gas sector. Among these firms, the median percent of revenue derived is: 10%
  • Thirty-two percent of staffing firms derive revenue from the education sector. Among these firms, the median percent of revenue derived is 5%
  • Forty... More

2013 Staffing Company Survey: What percent of staffing revenue is derived from small- and medium-sized businesses?

November 13, 2013

  • We asked staffing firms to tell us the percent of revenue they derive from small- and medium- sized businesses.
  • We used this information to determine both the breadth (what percent of staffing firms do business with small- and mid-sized businesses?) as well as intensity (percent of revenue derived)... More

2013 Payrolling & ICEC Landscape Summary

November 6, 2013

  • Excerpt from full 2013 Payrolling and IC Evaluation/Compliance Landscape Report
  • 15 payrolling providers and 15 ICEC suppliers examined
  • Companies listed by spend under management