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Topic: Msp | 9 Posts(s).
By Sean DeAvila  |  July 27, 2017
Contingent worker engagement is a vital component to your total workforce strategy. According to a Harvard Continuing Education article, millennial employees are placing more value on... Read More »
By Sean DeAvila  |  May 23, 2017
Every healthcare professional knows that even the status quo carries risk. Otherwise, why spend millions on preventive care measures every year? Identifying issues before they reach a crisis point can save billions of dollars as well as lives. The same could be said for... Read More »
By Patricia "Trish" Braa  |  May 11, 2017
When you need a personal resource for anything from a financial advisor to a painter to an event planner, you likely reach out to family and friends for a... Read More »
By Patricia "Trish" Braa  |  April 27, 2017
Fifty years ago, it was easy to describe the workforce by what workers did and where and when they did it. Not everyone, of course, but most people toiled on farms, in factories, stores and offices. They harvested goods or manufactured goods or sold goods or tracked goods. They worked from... Read More »
By Michael Werblun  |  March 27, 2017
Last week, I was honored to present to industry experts at the 2017 Procurement Leaders Conference. I'll confess, though, I was taken aback when I asked participants about their role in contingent workforce management programs. Although every single one was "involved" in their company's CWM - whether running RFPs, negotiating contracts, and setting up vendors - none of them actually... Read More »
By Arkadev Basak  |  February 14, 2017
The global workforce is undergoing transformation. Generational, geographical and economic shifts have forced employers to recast talent sourcing strategies, including those related to contingent talent. The movement away from traditional employment has spurred the growth of freelancing, independent contracting, statement of work (SOW) engagements, crowdsourcing and a gig economy. Automation, in all shapes and forms, will perhaps be the... Read More »
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  |  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 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 »