February 27, 2013


Procurement's focus is not all on savings; companies must understand themselves and their own culture if they want to attract the right talent.

Procurement: Get Beyond Savings

27 February 2013

If procurement’s primary focus is on cost savings for the contingent workforce program, it's missing the mark.

Buy-In: The Power of a Good Problem Statement

27 February 2013

Developing a good problem statement is crucial in securing executive support for your program. Here’s an example.

Culture Matters in Attracting Talent

26 February 2013

If you want to be sure to find and attract the right talent, you must first identify your company’s own cultural traits and attributes.

Preparing for Supplier Performance Reviews

27 February 2013

Jeannee Hoppe, global program manager, contingent workforce solutions for 3M, discusses what steps program managers and suppliers should take to ensure business reviews are effective in Staffing Industry Review magazine.

Contracts: You Reap What You SOW

26 February 2013

When you engage a consultant, you want to make sure you get what is promised, and that the project doesn’t morph into more than you planned. A well-crafted statement-of-work contract can help keep you and your consultant in line, writes Paul Gartland, director, services procurement at Allegis... More

Old Tech Hurts Talent Aquisition

26 February 2013

Your suppliers’ outdated technology could be hurting your chances to land the best contingent talent, according to a USA Today report by Paul Davidson. 

SIA Webinar: Succeeding with HR and Your Contingent Workforce

26 February 2013

Putting total talent management in HR’s domain can give a company a holistic view of their entire workforce. In this March 21 webinar, our panel of experts will discuss how their involvement in the entire workforce management has benefited their company.