January 26, 2011 - Vol. 3.3


Feature: The Quest for Quality Contingents

February 14, 2011

Vendor consolidation is the way to go in 2011

Just a few years ago, companies set out to procure quality contingents by submitting open requisitions to a vast pool of anonymous suppliers and asking managers to cull through a bountiful slate of candidates before making a selection. But after evaluating... More

Behind the News: RPO Rising

February 14, 2011

Recruitment process outsourcing has always had its share of skeptics. And now it is proving its critics wrong. Post the global crisis, customers are turning to RPO as a more economical and viable outsourcing option. The Staffing Industry 2010 Buyer Survey reveals that 22 percent of customers are using... More

Perspective Column: A Vendor by Any Other Name

February 14, 2011

It's not about classification but performance

What's in a name? Does it matter? In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare answers that question to illustrate that what something is called matters less than what that something is.


February 14, 2011

Percent of employers who fear losing top talent in 2011: 41%

Because You Asked: Eastern European Expansion

February 14, 2011

We are a global corporation considering expanding our contingent workforce program into Eastern Europe, but understand that some temporary worker markets are still undeveloped. Which markets are easier to penetrate?

-- Watchful in Woburn, Mass

Keys to CW Success - Choosing a staffing vendor: It's all about the journey

February 14, 2011

Yes. No. No decision. No matter the end result, we are keenly interested in how you arrived at it when you chose your staffing vendor. Staffing Industry Analysts is partnering with Primary Intelligence to uncover how buyers of contingent labor determine which contingent workforce vendors to consider.... More