katherine_alvarez

Katherine Alvarez

About Katherine Alvarez

Katherine Alvarez is a reporter for Staffing Industry Analysts. She can be reached at kalvarez (at) staffingindustry (dot) com.

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1510, 2014

2014 Staffing 100

By , , , and |October 15th, 2014|

Meet the luminaries who helped influence how and where you work. This list of the 100 most influential people in North American staffing — nominated by you and the Staffing Industry Analysts team — includes those who helped shape an approximately $147.5 billion North American staffing market.

It’s a brave new world. And many of these […]

103, 2014

Celebrate the Best Staffing Firms to Work For 2014

By , , and |March 1st, 2014|

What makes employees love their workplace? Many think it’s the lavish perks that draw workers in, but according to workers at this year’s Best Staffing Firms to Work For, it’s more about management, empowerment and success.

110, 2013

2013 Staffing 100

By , , , and |October 1st, 2013|

They came, they saw and they conquered. Then they stayed — in the staffing industry. Meet the stars of this year’s Staffing 100. These are the folks nominated by you and the Staffing Industry Analysts team.

 

104, 2013

Inside the Best Staffing Firms to Work For

By , and |April 1st, 2013|

Workers reveal why their staffing agencies made the list
What makes great staffing firms tick? What makes some employers so good?

For the last four years, Staffing Industry Analysts has been gauging companies to see how they are doing at keeping their employees happy and productive. Happy employees positively affect the bottom line. We’ve shown that great […]

104, 2013

Why I like my staffing firm

By and |April 1st, 2013|

Temps rate the firms that place them
What do you think makes a company a great place to work?

Some of the benefits that employees will cite are fairly obvious. Fat pay checks, comprehensive and generous health coverage, stimulating assignments abroad, flexibility, etc.

Then there are those benefits that raise eyebrows — wedding leave, calling a service to […]