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2018 Staffing 100 influencers now online

February 14, 2018

The Staffing 100 list of the most influential people in staffing is now online. The 100 come from all parts of the workforce solutions ecosystem; the majority of the honorees, however, hail from staffing companies across the US. This seventh annual list of North American leaders gives a contemporary viewpoint of who is important to the industry.

These stars are both from the largest companies in the ecosystem as well as smaller firms that specialize in niche segments. What brings them together is a passion for the world of work, and ultimately placing people in jobs.

“It gives me great pleasure once again to laud a very important group of leaders whose excellence, drive and significant efforts stand out as exemplary in the industry,” said Subadhra Sriram editor & publisher media products at Staffing Industry Analysts.

Nominations for the list came from you, the ecosystem, as well as the SIA team.

To view the Staffing 100 in alphabetical order, click here.

This year’s list is sponsored by Indeed.

Also being unveiled is the Latin America 25 list, honoring those individuals who have influenced the world of work in that region.

In addition to the Staffing 100 and Latin America 25, there have been 10 new people inducted into the Staffing 100 Hall of Fame. These 10 have appeared on the Staffing 100 list for five years. They include:

  • David Barfield
  • Patrick Beharelle
  • James A. Essey
  • Lesa J. Francis
  • Linda Galipeau
  • Doug Leeby
  • Todd Mohr
  • Greg Palmer
  • Michael Willis
  • Kip Wright

They join 29 others who made it into the Hall of Fame last year.

The Staffing 100 list, the Hall of Fame and the Latin America 25 — for the first time — will also appear in the upcoming print edition of Staffing Industry Review magazine.

“We are proud to expand the scope of our lists by including the Latin America 25,” Sriram added. “A special shout-out to those individuals who are driving the industry forward, dedicated to bringing economies, enterprise and talent forward across the region.”

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