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By Sean DeAvila  |  November 15, 2016
When video games first came out, people were thrilled to watch a white ball bounce from one side of a black screen to another. If you touched your first joystick today, however, your experience would be significantly better than those of early gamers, because over time, game developers honed their expertise and learned how to deliver a better experience. The value of experience can be seen in contingent workforce programs as well. That is a huge plus for... Read More »
By Michael Werblun  |  September 26, 2016
Skills shortages, generational shifts, new ways of working and the impact of technology have all helped spur the growth of contingent labor and altered the way organizations acquire talent. Navigating the increasingly complex talent ecosystem requires innovative approaches to talent acquisition and creative use of... Read More »
By Lisa Quattrini  |  September 9, 2016
Is there something better than the best? Perhaps not linguistically but when it comes to contingent workforce management, best practices are not always what's best for your business. Could it be about time we got rid of... Read More »
By Michael Werblun  |  March 1, 2016
Vendor neutrality isn't strictly about vendors or who supplies contingent labor anymore. It is about an objective business approach designed to... Read More »
By Lisa Quattrini  |  January 20, 2016
In my experience, businesses with winning brands have more than great marketing and style. They have more than strong resources and revenues. Winning brands have... Read More »
By Nancy Hecker  |  December 23, 2015
Today you can do most anything with your mobile device. Buy. Bank. Work. Search. Play. Watch. Film. Plan. Fish (no joke). In fact, the important question is not “What can you do with mobile tools?” The question is “What do you want and... Read More »
By Patricia "Trish" Braa  |  December 8, 2015
Since the emergence of managed services programs (MSP) the governing theories regarding the place of suppliers in the supply chain ecosystem relative to the MSP and customer have evolved significantly. Today, world-class MSPs recognize strong and mutually... Read More »
By Lisa Quattrini  |  November 18, 2015

If it takes a village to raise a child, what does it take for a business to maintain a thriving workforce of productive people with diverse skills? How do you cultivate a...

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