MSP

Once hot, vendor neutrality may not be your best bet

|September 14th, 2016|

Vendor neutrality is not always the best option. Here are some rules of thumb.
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The MSP will exist, albeit differently

|June 29th, 2016|

As organizations’ business needs and priorities change, MSP providers must follow suit or they will lose.
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Sponsored content: The right data

|April 13th, 2016|

How a membership-based human capital data aggregation platform plans to change the analytics landscape.
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More than a bias

|April 13th, 2016|

Industry veterans debate the value of vendor-neutral managed service programs in Staffing Industry Review.
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Unhappy with your VMS/MSP? Don’t kick them out, instead go back to the drawing board

|March 23rd, 2016|

Before kicking your provider to the curb, take a closer look at your working history to ensure your program hasn’t driven the relationship under.
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Use tools of the trade to map the CW ecosystem

|March 23rd, 2016|

Contingent workforce management can be challenging, and keeping up with workforce data and trends is no small feat. Staffing Industry Analysts has many ways to help you keep up.
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Setting up for success in a geographically expanding program: Governance part 2

|December 16th, 2015|

As reported in Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2015 Contingent Buyer Survey report, US programs are showing a keen appetite to expand globally. Of the 239 programs participating in the survey, 21% are looking to expand servcies to the Asia-Pacific region over the next four years and 16% are looking to expand services to Europe and/or South […]

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Major US MSP provider acquired by UK firm

|December 9th, 2015|

Bartech Holding Corp., a Michigan-based staffing and MSP provider, has been acquired by UK-based Impellam Group plc for an initial payment of $120 million.

Bartech’s MSP currently manages more than $3 billion in spend for clients worldwide and ranks eighth among MSPs taking part in Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2015 VMS and MSP Competitive Landscape study based on 2014 spend. […]

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Going internal? Consider all costs

|November 18th, 2015|

I have had a number of requests for information from companies considering running their contingent workforce programs internally — what functions should be retained and how to go about calculating the associated full life-cycle costs. What are the potential risks and what are the potential rewards?

Over the years, I have seen a number of organizations […]

First things first: Are you mature enough for global expansion?

|November 18th, 2015|

One of the most popular topics around contingent workforce management has been expanding your contingent workforce program beyond its initial country, usually the United States.  By all accounts, more and more programs are expanding geographically. The lessons learned from these efforts have been numerous, not least of which is that it is typically more complicated […]

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