Staffing.org Offers 2014 Edition of Trends Report

Staffing.org announces its new 2014 Trends Report as a part of its Corporate Research Membership and a standalone report. This completely reworked update reviews 16 trends and 10 adaptive behaviors.

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Trends 2014 Report

Trends Report 2014

This is not a report about making better short term tactical staffing decisions, but about making better long term strategic decisions that will make CHROS and their departments more successful for years to come.

Norwalk, CT (PRWEB) July 16, 2014

Staffing executives must comprehensively understand and stay updated on industry trends affecting labor markets, management, thinking, candidate and employee behavior, and the tools of their profession in order to effectively manage as a 21st century organization. With Staffing.org’s newly updated 2014 Trends Report, employers can adjust their staffing practices to boost performance and rise above the competition.

The 2014 Corporate Staffing Trends Report, also included in the Staffing.org Corporate Research Membership, reviews 16 trends and 10 adaptive behaviors. The report focuses on what trends mean in terms of the capabilities, competencies, and capacities required of modern staffing organizations. Tracking these trends will help organizations become more efficient and effective.

“Much trends reporting is about surface events—software adoption rates and video interviewing, for example, or recruiters using social media. But what’s driving those events?” said David Earle, CEO and analyst. “This trends report is about the deeper, more powerful currents that are pushing HR into a fundamentally altered business model that requires very different capabilities and levels of competence. This is not a report about making better short term tactical staffing decisions, but about making better long term strategic decisions that will make CHROS and their departments more successful for years to come.”

The trends discussed in the revised report include: globalization, competition, mobility, demographics, education, the changing nature of work, corporate instability and more.
A portion of the adaptive behaviors examined include: marketing, metrics, strategy, and tools to name a few.

The 2014 edition of the Trends Report is available as a standalone purchase at the price of $95, while Corporate Research Members receive the 2014 Trend Report free of charge.

The Corporate Research Membership is ideal for corporate staffing leaders who need access to 12 months of the best research available in the staffing industry. In addition to the 2014 Trends Report, Staffing.org’s Corporate Research Membership includes nine topic reports, weekly research reports, and quarterly research reviews.

To purchase the updated report, become a Corporate Research Member, or for more information, visit http://www.staffing.org/store.asp.

About Staffing.org:

Staffing.org is a staffing research, advisory, and consulting firm that has provided benchmark, best practice, and thought leadership advice to hundreds of clients worldwide since 1998.


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