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Carrie Howard

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Carrie Howard is a freelance writer and editor for SIA.

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2007, 2021

2021 40 Under 40

By , , , , , , and |July 20th, 2021|

 
2021 40 under 40: Intrepid Career Architects
Driven by the mission of placing people in jobs, the 40 Under 40 class of 2021 has worked through the challenges of Covid-19 to help reduce economic inequalities for people, including diverse talent in minority communities.

Their beginnings in the industry were varied and often quite by chance. One honoree speaks […]

1705, 2021

DE&I Influencers — US and Canada

By , , , , , and |May 17th, 2021|

SIA introduces the 2021 DE&I Influencers list — 50 professionals in our workforce solutions ecosystem who have been making great strides in varied ways to move the diversity mission forward. Many do not hold dedicated diversity roles at their companies but have been working on a multi-pronged approach at their companies and in their lives […]

2303, 2021

Side by Side: 2021 Best Staffing Firms to Work For

By , , and |March 23rd, 2021|

From great perks to open-door policies with the C-suite to robust training and career development, employee engagement is off the charts and teams are pumped to be working. It’s not a formula, but these traits are what we have consistently seen among the Best Staffing Firms to Work For winners the 12 times SIA has […]

1402, 2021

2021 Staffing 100

By , , , , , and |February 14th, 2021|

Placing people in jobs is hard in any economy. But 2020 threw the employment rulebook out of the window. Our ecosystem — staffing companies, MSPs, VMSs, RPO providers, human cloud platforms — cratered. Staffing Industry Analysts revised its forecast to project a 17% overall revenue decline last year. Covid-19 had brought an abrupt end to […]

1711, 2020

2020 Global Power 150 — Women in Staffing

By , , , , , , and |November 17th, 2020|

If anything, the pandemic and social unrest this year have forced executives to think about the type of leaders they want to be. As Covid-19 hit, companies had to pivot quickly to a remote workforce. Decisions had to be made — and fast. There was no playbook. Throughout our industry, leaders were doing their utmost […]