CWS 3.0: December 15, 2010 - Vol 2.24


Keys to CW Success: Keeping Up with CW Law

Dear Staffing Vendor,
We really wanted to give you our business, but you didn't address our unique needs¦
Imagine if vendors understood what you really need. As a decision maker, you may or may not have gotten around to telling your prospective vendor, supplier or partner exactly why they lost or won your business. Here's your chance to participate in a study that is like an open letter to vendors, and a great way to gain some insight into how your peers pick their contingent labor vendors. Study participants will remain anonymous. In exchange, for your time and candor, you will get:

  • Contingent Workforce Best Practices white paper -- Identification and analysis of the best practices decision makers like yourself have implemented to address their specific business needs and problems.
  • Contingent Workforce Solutions Buyer's Guide white paper -- Identification of strengths and weaknesses of providers' solutions from the perspective of you and your peers. The information will enable decision makers to make better informed and more efficient decisions based on specific needs.
  • 12 Months of Data Access -- Access to all of the data completed for the study to help you with future decisions. This includes a unique login to the Primary Intelligence portal where you can read individual decision profiles.

Who should participate?
Corporate or enterprise side decision makers who have gone to market within the last six months and selected a contingent workforce vendor.
What's the time commitment?
We seek participants for a 25-30 minute phone interview, to be scheduled and conducted through January 2011.
What are the questions?
These are a few sample questions: How do you determine which contingent workforce vendors to consider? What criteria do you use to make your decision? Which vendor did you select and why? What should vendors be offering to address your unique needs?
Next step: Get started here to participate!


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