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Power Seller

19 October 2011

Measure Your Deal Potential: How opportunity scorecards help you close the deal


Legal Eagle: California Targets “Wilful” IC Misclassification

19 October 2011

A new California law prohibits companies from wilfully misclassifying individuals as independent contractors and penalizes companies that do so.


Global: Gender Equality in the Board Room

19 October 2011

One of the hottest management topics in Europe this year has been the scarcity of women on European companies’ boards of management. The EU aims to do something about that.


Blog: CW Managers Come of Age

19 October 2011

Contingent workforce management has come a long way from the days when it was an emerging field. The pioneers of yesteryears are today’s managers on the cutting edge of the workforce of the future, writes Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram in the Contingent Blog.


News: Stock Performance Hints at Recession

19 October 2011

The worsening economic outlook continues to put downward pressure on the stocks of staffing suppliers.


Top 30 Largest Staffing Firms in Norway 2010

17 October 2011

  • Norway is the largest Scandinavian staffing market in terms of revenue.
  • Manpower and Adecco lead the Top 30 with a combined market share of 35%.
  • Some of the fastest growing firms are operating in Scandinavian niche segments.

Most Attractive Staffing Markets Globally

12 October 2011

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Most Attractive Staffing Markets Globally

12 October 2011

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Perspective: Outsource Your MSP?

12 October 2011

Rather than debating MSPs' worth, CW program managers are debating whether to keep program management in-house or to outsource it. There's much to consider. Here are some pros and cons of outsourcing to an MSP.


Legal Eagle: Who’s Responsible for IC’s Workers’ Safety?

12 October 2011

When an employee of an independent contractor got injured on the job, the IC’s workers’ comp sued the company that hired the IC. That suit made its way to the California Supreme Court. Here's what the court had to say.