To qualify for the list, staffing firms had to post at least $1 million in revenue in 2009 and have compound annual revenue growth of at least 15 percent between 2009 and 2013.
Overall, 97 firms posted on the 2014 list had a compound annual revenue growth of 15 percent or more. TalentBurst had a compound annual growth rate of 35.8%.
TalentBurst CFO Deep Deshpande said, “As we move from a small firm to a medium sized firm, rate of growth becomes the best indicator of innovation. We strive to maintain aggressive growth and are pleased to be recognized as one of the leaders in our industry.”
This year’s list also includes several large firms such as Allegis Group and Express Employment Professionals. Number one on the list is InGenesis, with a compound annual growth rate of 132.7 %.
Revenue included U.S. staffing and talent engagement revenue. Talent engagement revenue is defined as Professional Employer Organization, net revenue, Recruitment Process Outsourcing revenue, pay-rolling net revenue, online staffing revenue and Managed Service Provider fee revenue.
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