GPalmer Q1 Forecast: Labor Forecast Predicts 8.5% Increase in Demand for Temporary Workers

–  Industry Consulting Firm G. Palmer & Associates’ Quarterly Forecast Assists in Previewing Near-Term Hiring Patterns -­Newport Beach, Calif. January 16, 2014 — Demand for temporary workers in the United States is expected to increase 8.5% on a seasonally adjusted basis for the 2014 first quarter, when compared with the same… Read more »

Robin’s recent article in the Staffing Industry Review magazine:

Check out Robin’s recent article in the Staffing Industry Review magazine: http://www.staffingindustry.com/Research-Publications/Publications/Staffing-Industry-Review/January-February-2013/The-Inside-Hire February 1, 2013 What you can do to attract top talent By Robin Mee Are you cranking up hiring for 2013? As the economy slowly improves, many people are looking to change jobs. How do you attract the… Read more »

Barry Asin, President Staffing Industry Analyst, 5 year projections from the 2013 Executive Forum

The staffing industry will grow, but it will become more concentrated by 2018. Online staffing will advance and the percentage of large staffing buyers using independent contractor compliance solutions will jump. In addition, the Affordable Care Act will be more boom than bust for the industry. These are a few… Read more »

GPalmer Forecast for the Fourth Quarter of 2012

As we do every three months, below is the news release announcing the GPalmer Forecast for the fourth quarter of 2012. Produced by G. Palmer & Associates, a staffing industry consulting firm based in Orange County, California, the Forecast predicts demand for temporary labor in the United States. It is… Read more »