Author: Patrick Davis

What We’ve Learned…

To say that this period is unique would be a gross understatement.  Unemployment has spiked, social distancing and quarantine have shattered collaboration and hiring norms and private industry has responded with unparalleled creativity, agility and generosity.  In many organizations, our professional and personal lives have collided and formed new, bizarre levels of humanity, hilarity and vulnerability… the professional façade amongst coworkers has been vaporized. 

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COVID-19 Insights: Global Impact at a Glance

When it comes to curating information in a time like this, its important to separate the wheat from the chaff. Being a bit of a data nerd I wanted to find an unbiased data source and create a realistic picture of whats happening and where folks are on their way to recovery. I created this […]

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where is the united states investing in manufacturing

Where is the United States Investing in Manufacturing?

  Staying ahead of spending trends and external economic forces on our industry is a necessity in staffing.  In many ways, the staffing industry acts as a proverbial canary in a coal mine for economic growth and decline.  Because of this, it is critical for companies such as DAVIS to remain informed pertaining to where […]

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Staffing KPI's

The Top 3 Staffing & Recruiting KPI’s

Key Performance Indicators that All Staffing Firms Need to Measure Here at DAVIS we are obsessed with our stats. They are part of our everyday conversation, competition and planning. Walking out of the building you know with certainty how you performed today, and what you need to do tomorrow to put yourself in the best […]

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Advanced Manufacturing in Dire Need of Talent Supply

The importance of making advanced manufacturing careers attractive to students in high school and technical school cannot be understated. For Machinists in Massachusetts alone, demand amongst local employers has increased 75% over the course of two years. As manufacturing returns to the state, supply must increase proportionally to meet the growing demand. The Bureau of […]

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