STAFFING NEWS ROUNDUP

Here are our top staffing industry news picks for the month of December

December 1, 2017

Healthcare staffing market in US - strategic assessment and forecast till 2021

Healthcare staffing or medical staffing is a process to fill, both temporary and permanent, in various healthcare organizations. 

December 2, 2017

Senate passes sweeping tax overhaul in early morning vote

The Senate narrowly passed Republicans' tax reform legislation early Saturday morning with no Democratic support, following a marathon voting session overnight.

December 4, 2017

10 tips for growing your small business support system 

Here are some tips from members of the online small business community for managing employees, building a social media network and more. 

December 5, 2017

US temporary staffing revenue growth accelerates to 7% 

Temp revenue rose 7% year over year in October compared to September’s 3% rate, indicating strength of demand in the market.

December 6, 2017

Tax reform proposals will influence staffing agency reimbursement policies  

One provision in the tax reform proposals will likely change how staffing agencies approach their per diem reimbursement policies for employees working away from home. 

December 7, 2017

Employers converting more permanent positions to freelance or other roles

The freelance economy will significantly influence hiring strategies, according to a survey of more than 700 global human capital leaders from Randstad Sourceright.

December 8, 2017

US temp penetration moves even higher in November, breaks 2.1% barrier  

The temporary penetration rate moved even higher in November to 2.10% following a trend of growth, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released today by the BLS.

December 11, 2017

IT hiring up in November, according to CompTIA report

The number of new IT positions at companies outside of the technology sector increased by an estimated 243,000 jobs during November after dropping by 77,000 the month before. For the year, IT jobs have increased by 223,000.