Recent Updates

In the Spotlight: Outsourcing Noncore Jobs

4 January 2012

If a job is not core to your company, it can be outsourced, says the author of The Birth of a New Workforce


Temp Sues Studio for Late Pay

4 January 2012

A temporary stagehand is suing a studio after the staffing provider that assigned him failed to pay him and other temps on time.


News: New Year, New Regulations

4 January 2012

The new year brings with it a number of regulatory changes that could affect your contingent workforce program.


Blog: Only Dinosaurs Don’t Use Temps

4 January 2012

If your company isn’t using contingents or talking about the best workforce mix, it’s outmoded and in trouble, writes Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram in the Contingent Blog.


Welcome to CWS 3.0

4 January 2012

Welcome to CWS 3.0, a new name for a new year. We strive to continue to provide cutting-edge content in this fast-changing world. This publication will keep you informed and help you stay ahead of your competition. Stay Tuned.


By the Numbers

27 December 2011

  • Buyers rank least expensive type of contingent labor and which has highest quality
  • What are buyers plans with respect to use of agency temps
  • Percentage of buyers have programs to encourage use of diversity suppliers

Power Seller

27 December 2011

Winning the deal: Why complex products require a specialized approach and time.


Expert’s Corner

27 December 2011

Participation pays: Why responding to survey requests can boost your bottom line.


Short-Term Hiccups, Long-Term Growth

27 December 2011

Four trends that will disrupt the way the staffing industry does business.


Happy Clients = $$$

27 December 2011

The Epitec Group takes its commitment to customers seriously. What the Southfield, Mich.-based information technology staffing firm does to keep clients happy.