Who I am
I have more than 20 years of
corporate communications/public relations-affairs/ journalism/research
experience and provide a variety of research & consulting
services specializing in the staffing industry, specializing in its major
component – temporary help services, as well as providing unique employment
research and putting into the larger context of macro economic developments.
communication services (writing, copy editing, publication creation, etc.) are
available to meet your specific needs. For more about me, go to
My Background page, which includes my
as well as my statistical/research
Testimonials page includes quotes from people discussing me and
my work and products; the
page includes press coverage.
What I Do
We currently have several basic products that are available "off the shelf."
However, all can be customized and adjusted to meet your specific individual
information and data needs.
The Temporary Help
Services Interactive Data Book presents the size and trends
of the temporary help services market in a specified state by county,
automatically calculates several different operating matrices using that
data, and also compares your company’s performance to the temporary help
market as well as calculates your market share. An
on-line demo is
Employment Tracking Tool
examines the overall employment trends by
industry in the given market to help determine possibly under-serviced
industries to target marketing efforts (as well as what industries to
avoid). An on-line demo
We also provide custom research and feature article writing on
employment services and IT staffing related topics. Brief descriptions of
some of my projects can be found on
We also produce
Employment Trends & Temporary Help Data
Report that is a monthly
report that brings together in one place a variety of employment data to
examines overall employment trends. A sample
Contents is available.
Home of the first
and only U.S. employment
For the video podcast
of U.S. employment developments, which is a discussion
of the employment situation complemented by charts and graphs, go to the
Employment Situation webpage.
This presentation is also available for customization and re-branding to
position your organization as a primary source for economic and employment
also maintain, as a public service, a current list
of some of the more popular and relevant
We also post updates of the indicators on Twitter.com.
listen to a discussion of the current monthly employment situation, just click on the
red podcast icon and your Media Player should launch automatically.
Subscribe to the RSS feed (green button) or the XML feed (orange button).
For more information how to listen to the podcast or RSS or XML feeds, go to the
- LinkedIn profile:
- Skype (must have Skype
installed on your computer for the button to work):