More companies are expanding their contingent workforce programs to include SOW arrangements and many have a growing desire to tackle SOW.
Because most organizations are already utilizing SOWs in one way or another, the issue isn’t understanding the basics of how they work. Instead, companies are now taking a step back and looking at their programs more holistically before diving into the tactical resolutions that will help them achieve goals such as better quality, higher efficiency, compliance mitigation and cost savings.
This report is designed to help contingent workforce program managers create such a framework, and covers the following topics:
- What are the most common ways business are engaging service providers under a SOW?
- What work arrangements should be classified as Statement of Work?
- Which SOW arrangements should be incorporated into a CW program, and which shouldn’t?
- Creating a compelling case for change
Bryan Peña, VP, Contingent Workforce Strategies and Research,
Staffing Industry Analysts
Vanessa King, Manager, Implementation Services, Fieldglass
Lorraine K. McClure, Contracts Manager, Professional Services Fannie Mae
Matt Montgomery, Global P2P Operations and North America Sourcing, Lexmark
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