April 5, 2011 - Vol. 3.9


This CWS 30 talks about metrics that helps a CW manager know where his or her program stands. A BMC Software manager talks about a step by step approach to going global. All this and more

Feature: Clear Expectations

April 11, 2011

Metrics help show where your program stands

In the Spotlight: Don't take a big bang approach

April 11, 2011

For the April issue, CWS 30 features Holly Olszewski, global contingent workforce manager at BMC Software, Inc., a provider of software for multiple functions, including IT service management, data center automation and performance management. Olszewski manages a $36 million hybrid global CW program... More

Behind the News: VAT Increase Implications

April 11, 2011

The United Kingdom recently raised taxes on goods and services to 20 percent from 17.5 percent and, given pressure on public finances, it wouldn't be surprising if governments in other parts of Europe also try to improve the public coffers by nudging up their VAT this year.

Legal Eagle: Seeking Overtime Pay

April 11, 2011

If temporary workers are not paid in accordance with all state and federal wage and hour laws -- including for all overtime worked -- companies can be exposed to lawsuits and potential liability. Further, most insurance policies do not provide coverage for this type of lawsuit.