Recent Updates

The Hustle: IT Recruiting Trends

November 21, 2014

Recent trends in IT fields are changing how candidates are best sourced. Given the fact technology is evolving at a breakneck speed, staffing firms need to pick up the pace to compete.


Bridging the Recruitment Gap

November 21, 2014

How staffing firms can take advantage of the skills shortage and put people to work.


Research Report: What Fuels Staffing's Growth?

November 21, 2014

What fuels staffing’s growth, and how to cash in.


View From the Boardroom: A Tale of Staffing Success

November 21, 2014

How referrals, testimonials and awards are the brand currency for business.


Benefit of Counsel: Beyond the Temp Term Limit

November 21, 2014

Letting your clients rely too heavily on temp worker term limits to mitigate co-employment can put them at further risk.


Beyond the Daily: Résumé Mistakes, Employee Performance

November 21, 2014

We include developments from the Staffing Industry Daily News and The Staffing Stream to help you focus on emerging movements that could shape your business for the better.


You Ask/We Answer: IT Staffing Concentration

November 21, 2014

IT staffing is experiencing relatively strong growth compared to many other segments. How concentrated is the market?


2014 U.S. Direct Hire Growth Update

November 21, 2014

  • Internal staffing levels at employment placement agencies suggest strong growth
  • The U.S. direct hire market grew by 8% in 2013
  • We project that the U.S. direct hire market will grow by 7% in 2014 and by 10% in 2015

2014 Office/Clerical Growth Update

November 20, 2014

  • The office/clerical temp staffing market did not grow in 2013
  • We project growth of 2% in 2014, and 2% in 2015
  • Recent financial results from three publicly held staffing companies indicate that market conditions are modestly improving

CW managers: Become strategic to stay relevant

November 19, 2014

If contingent workforce management is to become and stay relevant to organizations, professionals in the space must become strategic.