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.
12 February 2014
You can’t manage what you can’t see. Why having technology to track your contingent workforce program is a must.
22 January 2014
2014 is projected to be a good year for the staffing industry. Here's what that means for contingent workforce managers.
18 December 2013
Our director of global services highlights how our reports and publications help professionals on all sides of the contingent workforce ecosystem.
4 December 2013
Will recent U.S. intelligence actions affect contingent workforce buyers in the EU?
25 November 2013
Tools to help you provide the best service to your clients.
13 November 2013
Ignoring the fact of social media and its implications to buyer companies becomes impossible as the flexible workforce becomes a key component of company talent solutions.
2 October 2013
What do recent dire predictions on the upcoming war for talent really mean for the future for buyers of contingent labor?
14 August 2013
If you are setting out to launch an RFP process or need a new vendor for a different skill set, do you know where to look? Our lists can help.
31 July 2013
Here’s what we advise contingent workforce program managers to do when first exploring strategic workforce management.
10 July 2013
The employer mandate portion of the Affordable Care Act may have been delayed until 2015, but contingent workforce buyers should still work now to ensure they know what to expect.