Our latest HRintelligence eNewsletter is now available. It’s chock full of industry intelligence, commentary and analysis for HR service providers and we’ve included some of the highlights below.
Top Advertisers for June
Top advertisers, listed alphabetically below, are determined by measuring advertising placements across the major monthly HR trade publications, not including buyer guide or product directory listings.
ADP, Aetna, American Dental Association, BrassRing, Employease, MetLife, Monster, O.C. Tanner, Private Healthcare Systems, SPECTRUM Human Resource Systems, UnitedHealthcare, VSP
To read the entire commentary on the top advertisers, go to our HRintelligence eNewsletter.
Top Editorial Placements for June
To determine the organizations receiving the most media coverage, we look at the number of non-paid editorial placements across the major monthly HR trade publications.
Aon, Ceridian, GE, General Motors, Hewitt Associates, IBM, Mercer Human Resource Consulting, Oracle, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, PeopleSoft, PricewaterhouseCoopers, SHRM, Watson Wyatt
To read the entire commentary on who received the most media coverage, go to our HRintelligence eNewsletter.
The Current Health of the Human Capital Marketplace
The human capital marketplace is a very broad and complex space, and not all sectors rise with the same tide. It is possible to have payroll processing and recruitment and staffing firms perform well, while other sectors like training and development and/or employee benefits struggle. In fact, it is very likely that you can spend your entire career with an HR supplier in one space, say training and development, and never know what an EAP is (a hundred-million-dollar sector within employee benefits). One of the great joys of working at HRmarketer is that we get to talk with a variety of suppliers across the entire human capital marketplace, and in doing so, have a pretty good sense for the overall health of the space from month to month.
We are sticking with our "Great" rating this month and with much more confidence...
To read the entire commentary on the health of the human capital space, go to our HRintelligence eNewsletter.