Supplier management

The salary history ban saga

|May 4th, 2022|

Regulations and policies prohibiting inquiries into a candidate’s salary are on the rise. Why contingent workforce programs might not be immune to their impact.
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Supplier buckets: Optimizing your lists made easy

|April 27th, 2022|

Keeping your contingent workforce program’s suppliers engaged and motivated should be your top priority. Grouping your providers by their strengths will lead to more business for them and increase their focus on you.
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Buyer jointly liable for staffing firms’ Covid sick leave violations

|April 27th, 2022|

A California poultry processor and its staffing providers are jointly liable for failure to inform thousands of temps of Covid-19 supplemental paid sick leave, the California labor commissioner says.
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Building real relationships

|April 27th, 2022|

The best relationships between contingent workforce programs and their staffing suppliers are built on long-term investments of time and energy, writes Bristol Myers Squibb’s program director in Staffing Industry Review magazine.
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Sourcing made simple

|April 6th, 2022|

Managing relationships with multiple providers can be inefficient. Consolidation in the workforce solutions ecosystem can ease workload and improve operations while getting quality talent.
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SOW solutions menu: Elevate the program performance paradigm

|March 23rd, 2022|

Creating a pre-vetted selection of projects and services as suitable for statement-of-work engagements can enhance the performance of your program. Here’s how.
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Clean up your no-poaching language to avoid hot water

|February 9th, 2022|

The recent indictment of a procurement professional highlights the need to conduct a thorough review of your program’s agreements for any no-poach clauses that could be illegal.
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Trends to prepare for in 2022

|January 5th, 2022|

SIA’s CWS Council team compiled a list of 15 events program owners around the world should be especially aware of and prepared for in 2022. Here are eight of those projections and actions program managers should take.
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Reviewing your suppliers? SIA list of largest staffing firms can help

|January 5th, 2022|

If the new year brings supplier pipeline reviews, an SIA report of the largest staffing firms in the US is a good starting point when exploring options.
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2021 in review: Big trends in CW management

|December 8th, 2021|

The past year has been another unprecedented one for the workforce solutions ecosystem. Here's a recap of some of the most important events and impacts of 2021.
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