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Growth in has been supported by cyclical expansion of the economy as well as the stimulus impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed at the start of this year. One headwind to temporary staffing market growth has been a scarcity of labor supply. Consequently, we are at last starting to see broadly but not universally reported signs of bill rate increases. Further bill rate increases could support revenue growth and help offset any declines in volume due to labor scarcity.
On pages , we provide our projections and commentary for each occupational segment of temporary staffing and for the direct hire and retained search markets. Performance not only varies by occupational segment, but also by location. To provide some local color, on pages , we summarize employment trends reported by each district of the US Federal Reserve.
On pages are our detailed summary tables of market size and growth. To download the complete report, please select the following link: This report identifies and categorizes specialist suppliers to staffing firms globally.
The Directory provides a comprehensive range of solutions and services that staffing firms may require to operate their businesses more efficiently and more effectively. More Research Become a Member. This quarterly report compares the following employment metrics in 33 countries in Europe and displays them graphically. This dynamic excel tool can be used to learn employment situations and compare market opportunities in various European countries.
Click the link below to download the report: Jordan has two varieties of licences for staffing firms. One for companies which employ domestic workers and another for standard employment agencies. There are roughly of the former firms and 60 of the latter, with several firms appearing on both lists. The problem is that there are a large number of unlicensed employment companies, perhaps more than , which style themselves as consultants, employment councillors or use similar terms.
Article 11 states that any company or institution that carries out such activities without a license from the Ministry can be closed, and the violators punished with fines and imprisonment.
According to the International Labour Organisation, Jordan operates a kafalah system to regulate migrant labour. To download the full list of licenced employment agencies, please click below: Jordanian Recruiment Agencies - You do not have permission to view this object. This report provides data on revenue growth in recent years. The Dutch staffing market grew strongly in The staffing industry in the Netherlands has seen strong revenue growth over the last three financial years, seems to be following this trend as of yet.
In recent years revenue growth was primarily driven by increased demand for skilled technical staff. However, in manual and technical labour are the skill categories with the highest revenue growth rates. This report also provides data correlation between revenue and hours worked by temporary workers. In the second half of the report, we analyse the total number of employees for the main industry segments in the Dutch economy as well as the number of vacancies registered during the year To download a copy of the report, click below: Overview of the Netherlands Staffing Market - You do not have permission to view this object.
Staffing suppliers with a focus on professional skill sets are well represented within the five fastest growing firms. The complete list can be found from page six onwards. Our definition of staffing and the methodology for this report can be found on page ten.
We have ranked companies by revenue, according to industry custom, but this ranking should not be taken to imply that a firm with a higher rank provides better service or more value to its shareholders. Staffing firms varied in degree of financial transparency, and even when forthcoming with information, in some cases data provided was adjusted for greater accuracy and consistency. Therefore, for all firms in this report, revenue shown should be considered an estimation by Staffing Industry Analysts.
From to Mears used various methods of defrauding her employer, but mostly changed the payee details on customers cheques so that she could deposits them into her own bank account, or the accounts of members of her family. Mears was sentenced to four years and three months imprisonment. The judge said his sentence took into account her lack of remorse and the fact her thieving almost put the company out of business.
Raewyn Margaret Thompson was sentenced today for stealing from her employer, the Hamilton branch of the Patent Attorney firm, James and Wells,. She spent the money on a beach front home at Whitianga, new cars, landscaping and art works.
Thompson was sentenced to six months Community Detention, nine months supervision and hours of Community Work. Outside Court, a spokesman for the company said the amount taken by Thompson was "significantly larger" than claimed in the charges, but it was not worth the drawn-out legal proceedings to pursue it any further. He said their only reason for proceeding with the criminal charges was to make sure Thompson did not move on to another unwitting employer.
In fact, Thompson had managed to get another job whilst awaiting trial and was sacked by that employer when he learnt of her offending. A 35 year-old Insurance company employee was today sentenced in the Wellington District Court on false accounting and money laundering charges. Cooper had worked for Assure, which was taken over by Axa then merged with AMP and during this time discovered a way to steal client funds. Her offending was never detected by her employer s , but instead, after leaving the company and developing a Christian faith she voluntarily confessed what she had done.
Cooper was sentenced to two years and two months imprisonment. IRD employee imprisoned for frauds 7 February She stole birth certificates submitted by taxpayers as identification, altering them to create new fictitious identities that allowed her to open fake bank accounts, apply for passports and IRD numbers. She paid two others to assist her with altering the stolen identifications. IRD first became suspicious when genuine taxpayers contacted it saying that it had deposited money into bank accounts they had never opened.
Two other associates face similar charges. Office worker begins stealing within 5 days of starting work 30 November Notwitstanding that the woman had previous convictions for similar offending, the sentencing Judge granted her permanent name suppression on family grounds. Her former employer will have to take civil action against her to try and recover the stolen money. Darren Lindsay Thomason, a 36 year old Finance Officer at Waimea Nurseries in Nelson was today convicted of stealing from his employer.
Thomason was hired in May but within eight weeks of starting had begun stealing from the company. In mitigation, his lawyer said Thomason had started gambling 15 years ago and became a heavy gambler five years ago.
If you are employing staff based on your instincts, without undertaking due diligence pre employment background screening, then you are exposing yourself to the sort of financial losses this company has just suffered. Call us now for an obligation-free consultation on how you can protect your business from employee theft. Payroll clerk steals more than quarter million dollars in nine months 26 October Campbell was hired on a temporary basis in by Aztech Engineering in Lower Hutt to manage its accounts and the following year was made a permanent employee.
Graeme Geoffery Pettitt of Mosgiel, a 61 year-old Accounts Manager at the University of Otago was today sentenced for stealing from his employer. Pettitt admitted inventing a fictitious creditor and creating a bank account in the name of Hadaad Syndicate. He also invoiced various university departments for postage they had already been charged for and created fake journal entries to transfer money into a suspense account, from which he paid the fictitious creditor.
Pettitt was regarded by the University as a senior and trusted manager and had sat at many meetings where it was discussed how the university could reduce its exposure to fraud. Pettitt, who claimed he had a gambling and alcohol addiction to support, was sentenced to two years and seven months imprisonment. Instead she kept the gift vouchers for herself and also gave some to family and friends to re-use. She spent the money on clothes, shoes and accessories, and overseas holidays to Fiji and Australia.
Bourton would target vulnerable clients who did not know how to use phone or internet banking, and kept for herself the money they handed over to her. She also created accounts in customers names without their knowledge and altered loan documents to fraudulently obtain funds to buy a luxury lodge at Lake Karapiro. She resigned from the bank when she thought her frauds were about to be discovered, later moving to Ireland. However, she was arrested in July when she came back to New Zealand for a holiday.
She managed to delay her trial for several years because she kept hiring and then firing successive lawyers she had engaged to defend her — seven lawyers in all.
Another ticket booth employee working at the front entrance of Te Puia in Rotorua also known as the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute has pleaded guilty to stealing entry money paid to her by the public. At sentencing, Te Moana agreed to the proceeds of the sale of her house being used to pay some of the money back.
These cases demonstrate that as a counter-fraud measure, video cameras are insufficient. If you have dishonest employees who set out to steal, they will find a way to succeed. He paid for the services himself and kept the balance as his commission about 36 times from November After being caught Bignall repaid the commission to his employer. He was sentenced to hours Community Work. The sentencing Judge was of the opinion that Bignall was intending to start his own travel agency. Renata had worked for the marae, a registered charitable trust, for over 17 years.
When caught she said all the money had been spent on gambling. In sentencing Renata to two years and three months imprisonment, the judge said her offending had caused the trust extreme embarrassment and put its reputation as a trusted recipient of public funds at risk. He was further ordered to take treatment for a gambling addiction. Corrections official jailed for taking bribes 20 March Chanel Vern Scanlan, a 38 year-old Tokoroa Community Work Supervisor was today sentenced to two years and nine months imprisonment after earlier pleading guilty to 35 charges of perverting the course of justice.
Scanlan was employed to supervise convicted offenders sentenced to community work but instead took bribes in return for recording they had completed much of their sentence. Over nine months, Scanlan wiped a total of 2, community work hours off offenders sentences. One offender had 95 of his hour sentence wiped. The sentencing Judge told Scanlan his offending had struck at the heart of the administration of justice. For more than 20 months Catherine Anne Ihaka, age 56, and Amelia Taima Temo, age 24, repeatedly stole money that the public used as payment for the purchase of bus tickets.
The pair originally faced criminal charges but the prosecutor reduced this to a representative three charges to cover all the offending. Knight who was first employed in , stole on a weekly basis the entire time she worked for the company.
McClintock, who had worked at McElroys Litigation for over 11 years, was sentenced to 12 months home detention and hours community work. To conceal her offending she would alter the Minutes of Club meetings, after they had been approved, to make it appear as though the payments she made to herself had been authorised by the Committee.
Rent money collected by Otto on behalf of clients was instead deposited by him into his own bank account to fulfil a gambling addiction. Otto was sentenced to three months home detention, hours community work and ordered to pay reparation. Army Museum employee imprisoned for stealing war medals 18 November Keith Davis, the 57 year-old former Registrar at the Waiouru Army Museum was today sentenced in the Wellington District Court for stealing military medals and other antiquities from the museum between and Davies served as a territorial soldier in Canterbury and Wellington between and , and was part of a peace monitoring group in Bougainville in He emigrated to Australia in and was arrested when he returned to New Zealand in September.
Some 20 victim impact statements were put before the court and the sentencing Judge said Davies offending was premeditated and took place over a long time, adding it was a gross and wholesale abuse of trust. Only medals were recovered. Last year, a curator at the Museum was dismissed after being convicted of stealing weapons from its collections. The museum later got back 17 weapons and other items it did not know were missing. His offending was only discovered two months after he had left the Commission, to enrol at a Bible College.
At this rate it will take Telea 52 years to repay the money he stole. Hagai had worked at the Society since She first began stealing in April and it continued on undiscovered until she was made redundant ten months ago when the Society outsourced it finance functions to an accountancy company. On 82 occasions Kirkpatrick using his delegated authority to approve the payment of bogus invoices to companies he owned, for work that was never done. In fact it was whilst he was holidaying in Thailand that his offending was first detected when a bank statement from one of his phony companies was noticed lying on his desk.
Her employer said the theft, had taken a massive toll on his business, and his wife was now suffering stress-related illness as a result. He added "Even the publicity around the case has been bad for business, so we are still paying a significant price. Hamilton had overall responsibility for the company and was given complete autonomy to run the business including signing authority for two NISS bank accounts. Tautau had worked for the hospital for more than 30 years.
A Health Board spokeswoman said Tautau had been "a very trusted and respected employee who took advantage of this trust and her position as a supervisor to deceive management and her colleagues.
The Health Board said it had reviewed its cash handling procedures to make sure a similar fraud could not happen again. However, at PVL it is our experience that the most effective procedure any employer can implement is not to hire people predisposed to theft and dishonesty in the first place. Employment screening is a proven and successful defence against fraud and considerably cheaper and quicker than any other method used for preventing employee theft.
For over 18 months from May , Tait used her inside information to falsify banking records as well as using her seniority to instruct other staff to deposit money into an account she had opened for herself. Watson gambled much of the money away at a local casino which he visited up to three times a week and where he was treated as a high-roller and allowed to belong to its VIP lounge. The enormity of the theft almost led to the supermarket closing. Her lawyer claimed the offending was to pay for a methamphetamine addiction.
The Judge made no order for reparation. On occasions between and , Kahu unlawfully deposited company funds into her personal bank account. The fraud was only discovered after she had resigned in preparation for emigrating to Australia. Kahu said she gambled most of the money away. The name of the company has been suppressed. On 14 occasions over an 18 month period Pou deposited cheques intended for the company, into her own bank account. Malcolm David Mason, a 50 year-old Wellington national property manager employed by the Accident Compensation Corporation for more than 32 years, was today sentenced to 11 months home detention after earlier pleading guilty to three bribery and corruption charges.
Thirdly, Mason admitted corruptly disclosing confidential E-mails naming all government department security officers, to a security company involved in installing security systems so that it could profit from inside information. Protect your business by requesting our Integrity Test for job applicants, or existing employees being considered for promotion. Thirty-nine year-old Adams worked for the bank for more than 17 years but began stealing after being promoted to branch manager.
She stole mostly from the accounts of elderly customers and changed their address details so they never received bank statements that would have alerted them. Francis was first employed in February as a Receptionist and three months later was appointed Accounts manager. However, within eight weeks of her promotion she began defrauding her employer and over the next 11 months stole cash from the company on occasions, forged 21 cheques and altered a further 13 customer cheques so she could deposit them into her own personal bank account.
He would then delete the cost of the meals so there was no trace in the electronic cash register, keeping the money paid by patrons, for himself.
Singh had no previous convictions. He blamed his offending on a gambling addiction. The offending occurred between and The Judge told French she had put the hearing of a generation of young New Zealanders at risk as many notices warning of "noise-induced hearing loss" had not been placed in schools and workplaces because of a lack of funds. Her lawyer claimed the offending was to fund a secret gambling habit. Contact us for a free demonstration.
Scott diverted invoice payments intended for suppliers, to bank accounts he controlled. When the family-owned business first became aware that suppliers were not being paid it was Scott they turned to, asking him to investigate the matter. Wilkie allegedly defrauded more than this but the prosecutor withdrew another eight charges following her guilty pleas for the more serious offending. New Zealand bribery 10 December The long-held perception that New Zealand is free of corruption and bribery has been undermined by a survey commissioned by Transparency International.
Undertaken by research company Colmar Brunton, New Zealanders were interviewed with 3. Previous surveys by Transparency International found that New Zealand was perceived as among the least corrupt countries in the world, along with Denmark and Singapore.
Bribery levels were higher than Australia 2 per cent and Britain 1 per cent but below Singapore 9 per cent. Transparency International New Zealand director Murray Petrie said he was surprised by the result, and would have expected a figure under 1 per cent.
However, it was naive to believe New Zealand was free of corruption. Transparency International pointed to recent high-profile arrests by the Serious Fraud Office as a sign of increased corruption.
Nick Paterson, SFO fraud and corruption manager, said little was known about the actual extent of bribery in New Zealand. Contact us today for an obligation-free demonstration. Company fraud doubles in two years 8 November The survey showed the most common motive for fraud was pure greed, though gambling or personal financial pressures were also common excuses. Respondents believed that only a third of the total losses were being detected.
A break-down in internal controls allowed staff to get away with money, often by simple methods, such as internet-based electronic funds transfers. Staff may also switch their personal bank account details with those of a supplier to the company, before processing an invoice. When the customer received her bank statement and noticed the discrepancy she contacted McCaskie who tried to convince the woman she had withdrawn the money to buy Bonus Bonds.
PVL Update 4 August McCaskie appeared in Court again today for sentencing on further employee theft charges. McCaskie was dismissed from her job at a childcare centre after she was arrested this second time. Bank employee convicted of multiple fraud s 24 September As a Checkout supervisor, Kemp held an access card that allowed her to authorise the refund of returned goods, as well as the sale of alcohol and tobacco. Kemp would take high-value products off the shelf, scan them multiple times at a checkout as being returned goods and then authorise a refund, keeping the money for herself.
The management, already concerned at a drop in profitability, became suspicious when it noticed a significant increase in the number of cartons of cigarettes being returned, a product that is generally never returned for a refund.
This is further evidence of how essential it is for New Zealand employers to have an employment screening programme in place to assess the integrity of their staff. There is the obvious benefit to the employer in only employing honest people, but there is also the increase in morale for employees, knowing that their colleagues have been professionally screened, and can be trusted. Contact us for a free consultation on how you can safeguard your business, and increase the morale of your staff by only employing trustworthy people.
Sex offender jailed for theft from employer 23 August At that rate it will take her more than 50 years to repay the money. In , Pijper, who went by the name Hendrika Margaret Shaskey, was sentenced to five years imprisonment after being convicted of sexually violating a boy from the age of 13 until he was 18 years old.
WINZ employee convicted of fraud 21 August Proctor worked at the Government welfare agency from April to June and used her inside knowledge and access to pay herself unauthorised welfare benefits, including accommodation supplements and family assistance. As well, she provided false medical information to secure disability payments.
She also claimed benefits in the names of five people she knew no longer lived in New Zealand and had the 37 payments made to these clients, redirected to her own bank account. Proctor also altered a birth certificate to create a false identity for a child she said belonged to a fictitious client who had left the country.
She subsequently applied for an unsupervised child benefit in her own name for the fictitious child, alleging the child had been abandoned by its parents. PVL Update 9 August Proctor was today sentenced to eights months imprisonment for further fraud committed against WINZ whilst serving Home Detention for her original offending. Proctor lied to WINZ to gain a number of welfare benefits by claiming to have care of a 17 year-old child, and also that her husband had left her.
After her Home Detention sentence was finished she began working for TalentPoint, a recruitment company, but simultaneously applied for further welfare payments that she was not entitled to. Michelle Campbell, a 42 year-old Business Manager employed by Tauranga motor vehicle dealer Ebbett Tauranga Ltd was today sentenced to four years imprisonment after earlier being convicted of 61 fraud offences against her employer.
Volunteers stole from Salvation Army 12 August The couple had worked as volunteers for more than seven years and every month would use a church van to collect donated food from companies. They later returned to the address and took the groceries home.
In a statement, the Salvation Army said the effect of the theft on the community was immeasurable because it was not known how long it had been happening or how much food had been taken. Charity fraud is becoming increasingly prevalent in New Zealand. It is tempting to overlook the background screening of volunteers, but it is just as important as verifying paid employees. The donating public make no distinction - any fraud inariably leads to a dropping off in support for the charity.
Between and , Mason regularly invoiced the Christchurch District Health Board DHB for addiction treatment services that were never provided and also forged signatures in order to cash Trust cheques.
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