|What’s driving total talent|
As companies are coming around to the next evolution of their labor programs, they are subtly calling on the tenets of total talent to differentiate and elevate their programs.
|A hybrid future: Is location holding your program back?|
As businesses increasingly implement ironclad return-to-office policies for staff employees, contingent workforce managers should consider the impact such rules will have on their program’s ability to attract the best talent.
|Sponsored: How to prepare for what’s next in tech talent|
Finding, training and retaining tech talent continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing employers. Revature discusses ways to build a sustainable pipeline of diverse, high-performing talent.
|Twitter slashes 80% of contractors; tech company layoffs surge|
Twitter has laid off 4,400 of its 5,500 contractors, CNBC reported. According to a report from Quartz, counting Twitter and rumored layoffs from Amazon, major tech companies will have laid off 33,000 workers over the last month.
|Benchmarks: Skills sourced through direct platforms|
Office/clerical roles account for the largest occupational skill category typically sourced directly in terms of the number of reported hires, followed by other professional and IT.
|Introducing the 2022 Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing|
Meet the women whose contributions to the contingent workforce ecosystem have influenced the utilization of new technologies, imaginative new means of sourcing talent, increasing DE&I initiatives and more.
|CW Program Game Changer in the spotlight|
Each week we will highlight a 2022 CW Program Game Changer — a professional who has elevated their program to the next level. This week features Melissa Brown, managing director, Center for Workplace Development, Harvard University.
|No CWS 3.0 next week|
Your next issue of Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 will be delivered Nov. 30 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.