Meet the Global Power 100 — Women in Staffing

Blog postMeet the luminaries — women who have climbed to the top of the staffing world. It’s fitting that the Global Power 100 – Women in Staffing site should be up the week after Labor Day, a holiday in honor of working people. We have the privilege of recognizing these women who have worked hard to elevate the staffing industry.

It’s a common lament: There are too few women in positions of leadership and power. The Global Gender Gap Index introduced by the World Economic Forum in 2006 captures the magnitude of gender-based disparities and tracks their progress. 2014 was the ninth edition of the Index, allowing for time-series analysis on the changing patterns of gender equality around the world.

The idea: first draw attention to the problem and then make attempts to fix it. This inaugural list is Staffing Industry Analysts’ attempt at highlighting women’s contributions in a positive way. On the face of it, there are many women in branch offices filling admin and clerical positions. But there is a glass ceiling, few make it to the boardroom. By showcasing these women, we hope to draw attention to the gender gap that exists in staffing, albeit less than in some other industries— and introduce talking points that lead the industry forward.

Regardless of titles, these women are game changers, people who have taken their operations to a whole new level. Please take a moment to applaud these honorees. Our original plan called for 50 nominations from around the globe. However, a tremendous response to the call led to the global 100, which includes 50 names from North America and 50 from Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East. We have enjoyed putting this list together and if there’s a nomination you would like to submit to us for the coming year, please click here.

Thanks and congratulations to those who took the time to send us their recommendations, and to the Staffing Industry Analysts team that put it together. The staffing industry ecosystem is the richer for the list. We hope to continue this practice annually.

 

Subadhra Sriram

Subadhra Sriram
Subadhra Sriram is Staffing Industry Analysts' editor and publisher, media products. She can be reached at SSriram (at) staffingindustry (dot) com.

Subadhra Sriram
Subadhra Sriram is Staffing Industry Analysts' editor and publisher, media products. She can be reached at SSriram (at) staffingindustry (dot) com.

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12 Responses to “Meet the Global Power 100 — Women in Staffing”

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  3. DebBergevine says:

    Congratulations to SIA for promoting the contributions of women in our industry.  I am particularly impressed to see that these women – all great role models – include many who have proactively served as role models in promoting women’s pursuit of STEM careers.  

    Of course, I am especially proud to be a member of Ammu Warrier’s team.  Her leadership at DCR Workforce is inspirational.

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  5. […] the 100 most powerful women in staffing. The list was published in the September 2015 issue of the Staffing Industry Review […]

  6. Eva Newsom says:

    So proud of my boss, Sue Burnett, for being such a leader in the staffing industry. I’ve worked for her for 27 years and she never ceases to amaze me with her knowledge and energy. Her leadership has made Burnett Specialists a leading staffing and placement firm in Texas for 41 years. Congratulations to Sue and to all of these outstanding women.

  7. It is an honor to read about all of these amazing female professionals. They are game changers. Most especially, I am humbled and proud to read three are from the Allegis Group – AeroTek, where I have the good fortune to be.
    Lisa J. Von Bargen, Global Services
    TekSystems, an Allegis Group Company

  8. […] the 100 most powerful women in staffing. The list was published in the September 2015 issue of the Staffing Industry Review […]

  9. […] the 100 most powerful women in staffing. The list was published in the September 2015 issue of the Staffing Industry Review […]

  10. IntePros Consulting says:

    I can’t access the link to submit a nomination. Can someone take a look at it? Thanks.

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