Adrianne Nelson, CCWP

About Adrianne Nelson, CCWP

Adrianne Nelson, CCWP, is VP of solutions delivery for Staffing Industry Analysts. She has held a variety of contingent workforce management roles with domestic and global operations, client services, sales and implementations with MSP, VMS and staffing companies. She can be reached at anelson (at) staffingindustry (dot) com.

Going global? Do your homework

|April 22nd, 2015|

Many companies today have to satisfy the urge of their customers — internal and external — by expanding their reach globally whether they planned to or not. The same goes for contract labor. Most companies and their partners go global because business demands it, not because they wish to do something incredibly complex and challenging […]

Right partnerships increase your influence

|March 25th, 2015|

We engage partners at many levels, professionally and personally. Sometimes a partnership brings out the best qualities each individual has to offer, sometimes the worst. A typical strategic alliance tends to make us more knowledgeable and broaden our reach and influence. As a buyer of contingent labor you have goals and initiatives that demand partnerships […]

Happy staff make money for you

|March 11th, 2015|

At our Staffing Industry Executive Forum next week, I’ll be leading a panel of experts on why it makes sense to keep employees engaged and happy. Our expert panelists come from a range of small, midsize and large firms in terms of size and experience. While the audience is staffing executives, buyers of staffing firm […]

Check job titles, descriptions, to bring in better talent

|February 25th, 2015|

In a previous role, I helped companies build rate cards for their contingent workforces. This undertaking involves gathering and scrubbing a huge amount of data, addition to determining rate thresholds, supply and demand for given skill sets, pay rate rationalization and obtaining end-user buy in. This was important in order to track the contingent workers […]

Plan to grow your contingent workforce? Understand its components first.

|January 28th, 2015|

Temporary staffing in the US is expected to grow 6% in 2015 according to the U.S. Staffing Industry Forecast by Staffing Industry Analysts. Buyers reported 18% of their workforce was contingent in 2014 and projected 20% will be contingent in 2016.

Other industry experts agree the US economy in general is poised for growth despite lingering […]