|The big squeeze: 2021 has been volatile for some wages, bill rates, Part 1|
Many contingent workforce programs are seeing explosive bill rates as workers of various types command higher wages. Here’s a look at the landscape.
|Easing the talent crisis? Work visa spouses gain automatic authorization|
The Biden administration and immigration attorneys reached a settlement that allows spouses of some foreign workers in the US to automatically get work permits or extensions.
|Sponsored: Moneyball – How analytics can help your program hit a home run|
Contingent workforce programs can get so much more out of their data than they currently do. Monument Consulting's director of business intelligence and analytics discusses the industry’s approach to data analysis, supplier scorecards and Moneyball.
|California announces stipulated judgment against Amazon over Covid notifications|
California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a stipulated judgment requiring Amazon.com to end labor practices that he said concealed Covid-19 case numbers from workers.
|Benchmarks: Quits, ghosting, conversions and more|
At what rates do temps decline an offer? Accept an offer but don’t show up? An SIA report highlights key candidate flow benchmarks.
|Meet the 2021 Global Power 150 — Women in Staffing|
Introducing the women whose work to uplift the $445 billion global staffing industry has by extension helped contingent workforce programs navigate the continuing global pandemic.
|No CWS 3.0 next week|
Your next issue of Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 will be delivered Dec. 1 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.