Adrianne Nelson is the Director of Global Services for Staffing Industry Analysts. She has over 20 years of experience in staffing, VMS/MSP management and client services. Adrianne draws on her expertise in contingent workforce and hospitality management to ensure that the entire contingent workforce ecosystem realizes the maximum value from our research. She is a reputed speaker and writer for industry associations and publications. She has held a variety of contingent workforce management roles with domestic and global operations, client services, sales and implementations with MSP, VMS and staffing companies in addition to management roles with Hyatt Hotels. Her expertise includes contingent workforce program implementation, strategy and management.
27 June 2012
Staffing providers are responsible for paying contingents’ overtime hours, but there are some situations where buyers may unwittingly open themselves up to liability.
6 June 2012
Back before the time when Internet became so popular, there were no contingent workforce managers. The responsibilities existed, though, usually as an add-on to another job. As the workforce and technology have changed, a mix of skill sets have come to the forefront to create what makes a successful... More
11 April 2012
Our industry demands a range of skills, beyond workforce planning and technological prowess. At the request of your peers and staffing providers, we are in the process of developing a certification program for contingent workforce professionals.
7 March 2012
As a contingent workforce program manager, you need all the latest knowledge, news and best practices on a variety of topics pertaining to contingent worker usage. Staffing Industry Analysts produces monthly webinars that provide that crucial information.
15 February 2012
If you want to get ahead in hiring the best candidate, you need to know the terms to use in your target country. Knowledge is power. Does your company have a handle on the most basic terms and lingo to address contingent work throughout Europe? Start here.
7 December 2011
The new year brings new documentation requirements on California businesses. The Wage Theft Prevention Act of 2011, which goes into effect Jan. 1, creates new, detailed disclosures companies must provide to new non-exempt employees. How will it affect users of contingent labor?
14 September 2011
Imagine if you could predict the future. In any market, everyone is watching for the next big trend. This is also true of the contingent workforce world. Our forecast can help you do just that.