Adrianne Nelson, in her role as membership services director, draws on her extensive experience as a veteran of the contingent workforce and hospitality management industry to ensure that our members experience excellent customer service. Her career has encompassed contingent workforce management for domestic and global operations, client services, sales and implementations with VMS and staffing companies in addition to several management roles with Hyatt Hotels.Her expertise includes contingent workforce policies, issues, strategy and implementation and program project management. Specializing in metropolitan and global markets she has been based in Washington D.C., Silicon Valley and Paris and deployed to London and Hong Kong.
May 1, 2013
Here are a few tools that you might find helpful as you start or continue on your global journey.
April 10, 2013
Good quarterly business reviews show progress toward contingent workforce program initiatives and routinely include industry standard measures. Here are the basics for a review.
March 27, 2013
If you have been through a CW program implementation — whether it was a complete program transformation, a change in providers or a program “adjustment” — you know that adoption is key. The other key component is basic, literally.
March 13, 2013
Successful program adoption is driven by executive championship and key stakeholder buy-in, process clarity, and usability. Here are some tips for engaging those drivers to promote better adoption (and compliance) for your program.
January 23, 2013
A team comprising industry leaders from the buyer and supplier communities collaborates to share and develop best practices, industry standards and priorities related to key strategic initiatives impacting the future of the contingent workforce.
November 28, 2012
As we rely more and more on contingent workers, they in turn become more visible. How you treat them could make or break your reputation.
November 7, 2012
As we approach 2013, it makes sense to garner the appropriate resources and get ready. Make no mistake, there is a war for talent.
October 24, 2012
The majority of contingent workforce buyers said they expect to absorb none of the costs associated with healthcare reform, while 33 percent of suppliers expected to pass on all of the costs to their clients, based on our recent surveys. Why is there this disconnect?
September 5, 2012
As technology evolves at a surprising clip, how can you be sure your contingent workforce is keeping up?
August 22, 2012
According to results of a recent survey of contingent workforce buyers, their usage of contingent labor is rising. What is contributing to this increase?