Contingent Workforce Management, CIT, and What Lies Ahead: Digital Platforms, Service Ecosystems, and the “New-Net-Work-Force”November 7, 2014
There is no doubt that CIT (communications and information technology) in many forms changed the staffing industry over the past 25 years, though little formal study of these changes... More
Tired of looking for quality talent but unable to find it? Is lightning demand for quality candidates forcing you to reevaluate your recruiting methods? Here’s a suggestion:... More
Those on the Staffing 100 need to take a bow. The US temp penetration rate (percent of workforce that is temporary and engaged through staffing firms) was 2.10 percent in September.... More
This year marks the 10th annual gathering of contingent workforce professionals. What a difference the years have made.
In 2005, Staffing Industry Analysts launched its first CWS Summit... More
We called it first. Staffing Industry Analysts identified the role of the contingent workforce manager more than a decade ago. I remember SIA’s president, Barry Asin referring to... More
Actually, we’ll be using our VMS to inform you about what our candidate needs are. We don’t need to chat. The dreaded no-contact policy is revered by many buyers and — obviously... More
The short answer, I think, is yes.
Beeline’s recent acquisition of OnForce may be a significant event in the staffing supply chain world. It’s certainly a notable one. Not at all... More
Used to be, when the vendor management systems first came out, buyers were thrilled with it. The tool saved them huge amounts of money, automated processes and gave them visibility... More