Recent Updates

IT staffing Q3 earnings reports: On Assignment, Kforce and CDI

November 5, 2014

Publicly traded IT staffing providers releasing Q3 earnings include On Assignment Inc., Kforce Inc. and CDI Corp.


Confidence among IT workers hits record high

November 5, 2014

The Randstad Technologies IT employee confidence index rose to a reading of 61.7 in the third quarter.


IT staffing firm names more interim execs after death of CEO

November 5, 2014

IT staffing provider CTG (NASD: CTG) named Filip Gyde as interim executive VP of operations and John Laubacker as interim CFO.


Impellam acquires UK-based technology staffing firm

November 5, 2014

Impellam Group acquired Lorien Limited, a UK-based technology staffing firm.


Firm acquires VMS and MSP provider PRO Unlimited

November 5, 2014

Investcorp acquired PRO Unlimited, which offers VMS, MSP and independent contractor compliance/payrolling services.


The rise of freelancer management systems

November 5, 2014

In our recently released report, The Rise of Freelancer Management Systems, Staffing Industry Analysts addressed an emerging and potentially disruptive technology.


Be fair: Enforceable indemnification agreements will follow

November 5, 2014

Suppliers should be willing to indemnify you in circumstances where their mistakes prove costly to you, but too often, buyers expect far more than that.


The M&A saga continues: VMS & MSP provider acquired

November 5, 2014

Investment firm Investcorp acquired PRO Unlimited — which offers VMS, MSP and independent contractor compliance/payrolling services — in a $300 million-plus deal announced last week.


Disaster preparedness and your contingent workforce

November 5, 2014

A fire. A tornado. A disaster can strike at any time, usually without warning. You've probably got a plan in place for your employees. But what of your contingents?


No hospital coverage? Plans won’t qualify as way to avoid ACA penalties — but relief offered

November 5, 2014

Federal agencies rejected a health plan setup that would have allowed employers to avoid ACA penalties while offering coverage to workers that, while affordable, did not cover in-patient hospitalization.