Acceptable Use Policy

Guidelines for Sharing & Re-publishing SIA Content

Staffing Industry Analysts' acceptable use policy (AUP) establishes guidelines for the ways in which the company's Research, Editorial and Certification & Training content may be used, shared and re-published by members and non-members. Users who violate the terms of SIA's AUP will be contacted by us.  

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Always Ask First

Please ask for permission. Contact Jennifer Arcuni at jarcuni@staffingindustry.com for required approvals.


RESEARCH

As the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions, we are excited to see our content and data being shared through industry and thought leader circles. However, much of SIA's research is proprietary and content is available exclusively for our members. Reports and material that fall within our proprietary content are labeled as such and are not intended for distribution beyond our member base. 

Subject to approval, limited portions of data, analysis or findings may be used provided content is explicitly cited. Certain reports are available for member licensing.


EDITORIAL

SIA's robust coverage of the workforce solutions ecosystem makes us a go-to channel for industry news and opinion. Please observe the following guidelines when utilizing SIA's editorial content.

NOTE: These guidelines apply to all SIA editorial platforms, including those not specifically named below.

Daily News | Only Source of News. If we are the only or main source of news, please mention so in a short paragraph before you link to us.
The paragraph should read:
We subscribe to Staffing Industry Analysts’ RSS feed. Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) is the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions. The company’s proprietary research covers all categories of employed and non-employed work including temporary staffing, independent contracting and other types of contingent labor. For more information on SIA, please visit the SIA website.

Headline should read "News from Staffing Industry Analysts", formatted as a link to our news page.

Always Link – Please have no more than two lines of the item visible on your website. Please link back to the original item.


Blog Posts: The Staffing Stream
Repost no more than two lines from the article. Only those two lines from the Staffing Stream should be visible on your site. Please link back to the original item with a line saying "First Seen on the Staffing Stream".  If we are the only blog that you are reposting, then please mention so in a short paragraph above the link. The paragraph should read:

The Staffing Stream is SIA's guest blog.
Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) is the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions. The company's proprietary research covers all categories of employed and non-employed work including temporary staffing, independent contracting and other types of contingent labor. For more information on SIA, please visit the SIA website.


Staffing Industry Review
Staffing Industry Review magazine provides expert advice on running a staffing business and boosting the bottom line. Proper citation for issue, article and author should always be given, including article link. Reprints are available. 


CERTIFICATION & TRAINING (CCWP & SOW)
SIA's CCWP & SOW modules offer best practices and industry-leading tools tailored specifically towards contingent workforce program managers. All certification & training materials are sole property of SIA and may not be reproduced without prior consent. This includes but is not limited to reference guides, course documentation and exam materials.