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Topic: Performance | 11 Posts(s).
By Leon Rhodes  |  May 4, 2018
Recently I attended the Procurement Leaders Americas Congress 2018 conference and while there asked some of the participants what they were looking to gain by attending. The responses were very interesting, with a consistent message of... Read More »
By Sean DeAvila  |  March 28, 2018
Want to greatly improve how your travelers and per diem staff support your patients? You may want to begin by making them feel like a valued part of the team from the moment they are hired. Over the past few years delivering an engaged and defined onboarding process has come front-and-center in the clinical realm from both... Read More »
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 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 Karen Maarouf  |  April 26, 2017
Back in the office from the recent VMS Accelerators conference (VMSA LIVE) in Phoenix, Arizona, I'm reflecting on a highly informative and productive event. With its focus on engaged discussions - rather than one-sided presentations - it provided a great opportunity for... Read More »
By Lisa Quattrini  |  February 3, 2017
To kick this series off, I started with a blog that argued how best practices in contingent workforce management can hold a good business back. "Best," after all, is a relative term - relative to a business, its industry, its location and its many varying workforce demands. It’s like the perennial "do dogs or cats make the best pet?" question. There isn't one right answer (passionate arguments aside) and there isn't one set of... 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 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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