The NYSA News
Dec. 13, 2011

Adecco: Temps are here to stay as hiring revives
The Wall Street Journal
Tig Gilliam says there are plenty of opportunities right now for a professional staffing company, despite the tough job market. Gilliam, the head of Adecco SA's North America Group, anticipates more temporary hiring in professional sectors from employers that are unwilling to take the chance on permanent employees, and he believes U.S. firms have reached maximum productivity levels. Even a minor uptick in demand, he says, will lead to a hiring spurt.More

Best places to work in 2011: Tarter Krinsky & Drogin makes the list
Crain's New York Business
When Crain's New York Business began selecting the top 50 companies for employees in New York, it evaluated a broad range of criteria. Tarter Krinsky & Drogin made the grade in every area, placing in the top third of Crain's Best Places to Work 2011.More

10 predictions for 2012: Trends in talent management, recruiting
ERE
By definition, being strategic requires that you look forward — identifying trends, opportunities and threats. With the December lull looming, now is a great time to plan for the future.More

Talent, skills shortage among top risks for businesses in 2012
Employee Benefit News
Despite high levels of unemployment, U.S. business leaders say one of the biggest risks they're facing is a talent and skills shortage, according to the 2011 Lloyd's Risk Index.More

3 tips to build and improve a talent community
Business Insider
In the HR world, talent communities are heating up. And why not? Employers want to find and connect with the best talent, and talented candidates want the best jobs.More

Co-employment is not a dirty word
Staffing Industry Analysts
Co-employment is unavoidable in most contingent labor situations. In fact, that's not a bad thing. Nevertheless, the very term causes many a staffing executive and procurement professional to pale. Believe it or not, however, there are benefits to being a co-employer.More

Expert insists jobs are there
Hispanic Business
Although the national unemployment rate is stuck at around 9 percent, plenty of hiring is going still going on, says a Western New York native who runs a national job search website.More

High school diploma requirement = Discrimination?
ERE
Requiring a high school diploma as a condition of employment for some jobs could land you in trouble with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.More

How to find exceptional talent
Human Resources Journal
In today's world, thousands of executives think time is wasted on a search for talent. There are thousands of job fairs, college recruiters and human resource personnel who troll for new minds and bodies while constantly making the same mistakes. Those mistakes include recruiting employees based on credentials instead of potential and on experience instead of imagination.More

Profits vs. paychecks: Workers lose big
The Fiscal Times
Although productivity during past decade has grown even faster than it did in the 1990s, workers are losing ground — and at a record pace. It's a stunning reversal of fortune that may well be the key trend underlying much of the anger expressed by the Occupy Wall Street crowd. More