ASA Staffing Tech Insights Fourth Quarter Update—Using Labor Market Intelligence to Make Better Data-Driven Decisions



In this year’s update to the Essential Elements of Staffing Technology ecosystem map, Talent Tech Labs created a new Labor Market Intelligence technology subvertical. In a post-industrial, digital world, we now have access to comprehensive government data, job postings, and profiles across the web. Tools in this subvertical capture that data, analyze it, and provide an external view of the labor marketplace outside the walls of a company.

Staffing firms are using these tools to make better data-driven decisions and elevate themselves as strategic advisors to clients. Specific use cases may include benchmarking data on a target workforce, and understanding employment levels and market trends, pay rates, compensation, and skills data. More advanced providers are offering predictive analytics around career development, reskilling, what types of talent specific companies are hiring, and more.

In the fourth yearly installment of this popular Staffing Tech Insights webinar series, you’ll hear from chief executive officers from two solutions providers with new offerings that staffing companies are currently utilizing. They’ll also be joined by a staffing executive who has evaluated and deployed this new form of market intelligence. This is a session you won’t want to miss.

By attending this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • The current state of labor market intelligence and analytics tools
  • Use cases, adoption, and implications for staffing companies
  • How these tools drive quantifiable value to you and your clients
  • What you’ll need to know to apply these tools successfully to your business


Hosted by Dustin Norwood, vice president and chief learning officer, American Staffing Association
Brian Delle Donne, president, Talent Tech Labs
Bruce Morton, executive director, Global Head of Strategy
Andrew Crapuchettes, chief executive officer, Emsi
Vijay Swaminathan, chief executive officer, Draup

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