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.

Why we request nominations for SIA’s editorial lists

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I am deeply involved throughout the year in producing our editorial lists. Whether listing people or companies, these lists have become much anticipated. Not just by those who find ...

Chipping Away, Until That Glass Ceiling Is Gone

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I was recently asked why we hold a special event for women in our conferences. On the eve of publishing our third list honoring women in staffing, I thought it would be good time to ...

Want program adoption? For regional stakeholders, don’t just cut and paste the US one

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It’s as simple as that. And we hear it all the time. A program is only as good as the number of people that use it. Imagine telling people how to go about their daily business if ...

Understand Labor Effects in an Uncertain Climate

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In 2005, Staffing Industry Analysts held the very first CWS Summit in Chicago. Attendees were passionate about the world of work and enthusiastic about the possibilities of managing ...

After the Executive Forum: What Lies Ahead

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Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2017 Executive Forum held last week was attended by more than 1,200 attendees. The mood was buoyant: Sunny participants enjoyed the warmth of San Diego, ...

Data and fodder for those who dare to lead

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“Change is the only constant.” This phrase is credited to Heraclitus of Ephesus, a Greek philosopher in c. 500 BCE. He knew what he was talking about, and never has his point been ...

Lead by Giving Your Workforce Options

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Staffing is a tough business. Razor-thin profit margins, fierce competition from all angles, technology changing faster than the speed of light — or so it seems — labor shortages, ...

You have a job, but it’s not permanent

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We all do it – we all refer to workers we employ directly as “permanent.” But if you think about it, regardless of classification, no job really justifies that term. Temporary ...

Does working with a gig economy firm insulate you from co-employment?

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Hint: In many cases co-employment exists instantly, simply as a matter of legal circumstance. And this applies even when your contingent provider operates entirely in the cloud. “Many ...

Forget recruiting high-flyers; instead, re-recruit your current best

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You don’t have to do crazy things — and spend gobs of cash — to recruit the best. Forget virtual reality tours, huge signing bonuses, and sports car test drives. Take a look at ...
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