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3 key staffing trends drive increased opportunities for staffing agencies
By Steve Taylor - President and CEO of Bond International Software, US
Staffing and recruiting professionals who have weathered the interesting economic conditions experienced in the past year may already be experiencing some key trends. However, other people may be just beginning to notice the subtle changes to the market which will make having the right recruiting software critical.
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Pink is the New Black! Join NYSA in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk
We invite you to join us in the fight against Breast Cancer. On Oct. 20, the American Cancer Society hosts its annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Central Park and NYSA is excited to announce that we will be part of it! 

The New York Staffing Association is committed to our community and our role as a leader in the industry. Our Executive Director, Jennifer Kelley, is proudly serving the cause by being a Team Leader, and we want you to join her and Team NYSA! For more information, click here.


Mid-market survey finds 55 percent will hire in 2014
Staffing Industry Analysts
Middle market business executives predict an improved U.S. economy next year, and the vast majority said their companies are adding employees and enjoying stronger revenue, according to the 2013 Mid-Market Outlook Survey conducted by KPMG LLP. According to the survey, 45 percent added headcount since last year and 55 percent will hire in 2014, including 11 percent that expect to increase personnel by more than 7 percent over current levels.
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Why are most recruiters female?
Staffing Talk
Is it safe to say that women occupy a majority of recruitment roles? Why are there so few men in recruiting? Do women make better recruiters? However you phrase it, it's an elephant in the room — or rather, industry. Let's examine that elephant a little closer, shall we?
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Actionable predictive analytics — the next big thing in talent management
ERE.net
Every leader wants to know what is the "next big thing" in talent management? Well in my book, it is the forward-looking talent management approach known as predictive analytics. If you are unfamiliar with the term, predictive analytics are simply a set of decision-making metrics or statistics that alert or warn decision-makers about upcoming problems and opportunities in talent areas like recruiting and retention.
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State Labor Department releases preliminary August 2013 area unemployment rates
New York State Department of Labor
The State Labor Department today released preliminary local area unemployment rates for August 2013, which are calculated following procedures prescribed by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The state's unemployment rate relies in part on the results of a telephone survey of 3,100 households (out of more than 7 million) in New York State.
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National Grid, attorney general reach deal on worker repayment
Buffalo Business First
The state attorney general has struck a deal that will result in National Grid repaying thousands of hourly workers nearly $5 million. The utility giant blamed computer glitches for accounting issues that triggered unpaid and nonpaid wages.
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Survey says employers to hire more grads in 2014
Staffing Industry Analysts
Employers plan to hire 7.8 percent more new college graduates for their U.S. operations in 2013-14 than they did in 2012-13, according to a new survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
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How to attract technical talent with a work-from-anywhere policy
ERE.net
For technical recruiters, the hardest part of the job is often maintaining a full pipeline of quality candidates. We've all heard the advice: Use the power of referrals, be considerate when messaging passive candidates, and seek out developers among online and offline community groups. But in a market where the largest tech companies need to fill more than 2,000 developer positions a year, it takes more than active outreach to meet your annual recruitment goals.
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Obamacare: the perm job killing machine and why that's great for staffing
Staffing Talk
Gregg Dourgarian writes, "Bloomberg news interviewed me this morning on the Affordable Heathcare Act (ACA) and its impact on employment. The reporter certainly didn't need me to explain that organizations are running from the responsibilities of perm jobs. Everyone is starting to get that now, including ACA's most surprising critic, labor unions."
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It's all about the candidate
The Staffing Stream
Some would say we are currently in a candidate-driven market. While true, it's always a candidate driven market. The perceived shift from a buyers' market to a job seekers' market is a myth often spoken of in the staffing and recruiting business.
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