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Hi-tech leaps transform CW program operations

|September 2nd, 2020|

Technology solutions are reshaping how CW programs operate. From the future of the résumé itself to how hiring organizations will determine a candidate’s proper fit, here is some of what is ahead.

Prep your program amid Covid-19 and beyond

|September 2nd, 2020|

While unemployment remains high amid the pandemic, the pendulum will swing back toward a challenging labor market. How to prepare your program for the upcoming shift.

Sourcing model framework: Is it time to review?

|August 26th, 2020|

As your program and the marketplace evolve, you should revisit your framework to ensure it still aligns well and closely supports your program’s goals and objectives. Here are some considerations.

Death of the foosball table: What’s your employer brand proposition now?

|August 26th, 2020|

With many perks no longer viable amid the pandemic, it’s time to adopt a new approach to your employer brand proposition.

Worker engagement: Only three primary types needed

|February 12th, 2020|

Organizations need just three worker engagement models, within which more finely tuned descriptions can reside.

A look into the crystal ball: CW trends for 2020

|February 12th, 2020|

Here are some top trends that SIA expects could impact the industry and your CW program in 2020.

Behind the DOL’s updated joint-employer guidance

|January 22nd, 2020|

SIA’s director of legal and regulatory research details the implications of the DOL’s first update on its joint-employer guidance in over 60 years.

Today’s MSP: Ruling the buoyant small, midsize market

|January 22nd, 2020|

Growth in the MSP market — representing $141 billion of spend under management in 2018 — slowed to an estimated 8% compared to 12% in 2017, according to SIA research. Despite the slowdown, interest in MSP remains.

MSP spend at $141 billion, SOW an untapped sphere

|October 2nd, 2019|

Buyer interest in alternative talent acquisition models may drive a slowdown in the growth of MSP spend.

Potential IC legislation has flaws, may not benefit workers

|October 2nd, 2019|

A US House subcommittee heard testimony from attorneys and others on independent contractor classification, the fallacy of flexibility and the effects of proposed legislation on law-abiding employers.