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Many companies have successfully tapped into their employees' networks to directly source contingent (temporary) talent. This approach has a significant impact on cost and also engages workers who...

As the use of non-employee labor continues to grow, more procurement professionals are being asked to source solutions for a Vendor Management System (VMS). These systems have been around since...

Contingent labor is being labeled as the new on-demand workforce. It comprises nearly 20% of the U.S. workforce, and projections place it at 30-40% in the near term. Additionally, 75% of...

Businesses that utilize a self-sourcing model can expand their talent pool while reducing contingent labor costs. Self-sourcing enables companies to leverage their existing talent connections such...

Ted Sergott, PRO Unlimited

Mobile is a disruptive force that is here to stay. Some 42 percent of the world's population will own a smartphone by the end of 2015,...

This eBook explores various areas where an integrated MSP and VMS approach makes a tangible difference—either operationally or in terms of business value.

With businesses spending approximately $800 billion annually on gig work, there's a lot of money at stake, as well as opportunities for businesses to drive cost savings and maximize the value of...

This case study illustrates how an organization transitioned to a vendor-neutral and integrated MSP/VMS solution, and as a result, increased headcount by 30% and achieved millions in savings....

In this presentation the Sourcing owner of the global contingent labor program at Intuit, will briefly explain Intuit's recent journey, taking a tenured, localized program to market, in an effort...

Which analytical metrics are most important to your contingent workforce program? What does the next level of analytics and reporting actually look like? In this interactive session, you will...

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