Enterprise companies who rely on contingent labor can reap the benefits of deploying their MSP/VMS globally and increase their odds of success by learning how to successfully do a global program rollout.
Research shows that "76 per cent of chief procurement officers (CPOs) feel the skills of their purchasing staff either 'need improvement' or display a 'significant gap' so this post will give tips on how to build a "procurement mentality" in staff.
HR and procurement are at a crossroads. Research from Ardent Partners predicts the use of contingent labor will increase by nearly 30 percent over the next three years, and that contractors and temporary workers will make up 1/5 of the workforce by 2022. With a war for talent already underway, it is clearly time to adapt.
In the wake of numerous data and privacy breaches, many organizations are renewing their efforts to protect their data. As technology evolves, there will be even more opportunities for security breaches, which is why data security has become such a serious concern for so many organizations. Read this whitepaper to learn how you can develop a first-class data security strategy that will help you protect your data and other business assets.
Big data. We talk about it every day. We have all heard that better data leads to better decisions. Well, if it is so helpful, why are so many of us struggling to make sense of how to use big data to benefit our businesses and workforce strategy?
Fast-track Your Procurement in Emerging markets offer so many potential benefits that they seem irresistible. Fast-growing emerging markets dangle the proverbial carrot of huge savings, but how can you realize that value without increasing your risk? Procurement, sourcing, and HR professionals who want to understand and succeed in an emerging market have a lot of responsibility.
It is one of the hottest topics in contingent workforce management (CWM) this year, and for good reason. As rumors swirl and the talking heads make predictions, we must try to figure out how the ACA will affect the non-employee workforce. Sometimes, it is tough to separate fact from fiction.