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Posted by David Nies, Managing Director, Chicago, Hays US on Friday, Aug 18, 2017
The use of SOW (Statement of Work) is increasing, and depending on the situation it can either be an efficient use of resources, or a way to hide rogue spend and staff augmentation.
What can you do to regain control and manage the risk?
Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Vice President of Client Solutions, on Monday, Aug 21, 2017
Today’s labor laws and workplaces are ever evolving, making defining worker categorization, especially contingent labor more complex, especially as a broader range new classifications are introduced. The traditional classifications aren't sufficient, and as the “Gig Economy” continues to gather pace, it will get more complex.
Do you know if your MSP is covering it for you?
Posted by Dan Rodriguez on Monday, Aug 14, 2017
Used properly, LinkedIn is the best way to establish your professional identity, grow your network and exchange insights and opportunities with other professionals. Consider it a living, breathing version of your resume; available for other professionals to discover, even when you’re busy elsewhere.
Posted on Thursday, Aug 3, 2017
Direct sourcing allows you to take greater control, reduce your reliance on suppliers, build engaged talent pools and develop your employer brand – all of which are tied to reducing costs while enhancing quality.
Could direct sourcing, or contingent RPO, be the answer to your recruitment challenges?
Posted on Monday, Jul 17, 2017
Posted on Friday, Jun 30, 2017
In this year’s construction salary guide we found that two-thirds of construction employers intend to hire this year, and 89% say there’s a moderate to extreme skills shortage. With an expected rate of growth of six percent per year for the next four years, according to marketwatch.com, this isn’t likely to ease soon.
High growth, plus high demand for talent, and fewer people coming into the industry means your hiring challenges are going to get harder, not easier. So how can you get ahead in that kind of talent market?