This week is the week following the Independence Day holiday – and as such, looks quite good!
I’ve included the 2-week period, comparing weeks 26 and 28. In general, a very positive week led by an 18% increase in hours. Here is the quick snapshot:
Here’s the quick snapshot of the metrics:
To me, the most interesting column is the last. While we continue to add assignments, I worry about the slight loss in hours. We have had a remarkably steady increase since week 16. If we skip Holiday weeks, we have averaged 2.7% weekly increase in hours with a tight .008 Standard Deviation. The last two week’s being down overall, to me, indicates that we are entering a slower growth period.
We are tracking distinct users as a proxy to see how staffing firms are responding as it pertains to internal staff.
Staffing Data Results
Year over Year comparison: 2018-2020 Staffing Hours
Individual State Performance
The state is where the work was performed (customer worksite) and we’ve only included states where we have substantial hours (> 10,000), to help display trending.
For those new to the Avionté RAW series, the numbers reflected are based on an aggregation of hosted Avionté data from hundreds of customers across the US and Canada.
Written by, John Long, Avionté, Founder & Co-Chairman, and Natalie Flint
Avionté is a leader in enterprise staffing and recruiting software solutions, offering innovative end-to-end staffing solutions to over 900 customers and 25,000 users throughout the U.S. and Canada. Avionté delivers a robust platform for clerical, light industrial, IT, and professional staffing firms to maximize profits and boost productivity.