Supplier management

‘Who is responsible for granting accommodations to the vaccine mandate?’

|November 3rd, 2021|

As we await OSHA’s rules for implementing the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate, SIA’s director of legal and regulatory research anticipates programs’ likely responsibilities — and potential costs.
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Onboarding done right helps win war for talent

|November 3rd, 2021|

Onboarding sets the tone for the entire worker experience, and buyer organizations pay a price if it goes badly. So, it’s important to take a vested interest in the process.
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Supplier rationalization: Unearth their value before trimming their ranks

|October 27th, 2021|

The talent crunch is forcing contingent workforce buyers to re-evaluate how and where they source. Here are some ways to rationalize and optimize your supply base.
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Ontario looks to license temp help agencies, potential penalties for staffing buyers

|October 27th, 2021|

Ontario aims to crack down on bad actors with the introduction of legislation that would require licenses for temp staffing firms and recruiters and penalties for companies that use unlicensed firms.
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Yessers and hedgers need not apply

|October 27th, 2021|

Staffing suppliers can be great sources of market intelligence, but not all are created equal. Read about how they can be tapped in Staffing Industry Review magazine.
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Buyer and its staffing firm settle discrimination lawsuit

|October 20th, 2021|

An Illinois-based company and its temporary staffing provider resolved a lawsuit alleging the companies conspired to discriminate against Black job applicants.
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Seeking suppliers with skin in the game

|October 20th, 2021|

A manager discusses how suppliers can be allies in these tumultuous times. They can help you experiment and actively seek creative solutions as you develop your program.
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Go mobile for CW program operations; watch engagement soar

|September 15th, 2021|

As more and more people live on their phones, a mobile strategy can bring higher participation from your engagement managers and yield better results. Learn how.
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Skills apocalypse: Train your contingents

|July 14th, 2021|

Finding workers with the right skills is a persistent problem for contingent workforce programs; upskilling is an option to help find the workers your program needs. We take a look at a few different training models.
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Wellness: Road to recovery

|May 26th, 2021|

Workers’ mental wellness appears to be improving. What the talent is saying and how contingent workforce managers can foster further improvement.
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