Contingent Workforce Management: Peer-to-Peer Advice for Procurement Pros

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This marks the first post of a two-part blog discussion around contingent workforce management. Stay tuned for our second post the week of February 22nd.

Today, we have been invited to share our expertise with a panel of procurement executives at ProcureCon Indirect East 2016. Our very own, Mark Kozlowski, Senior Director, Client Solutions along with these procurement experts will exchange success stories on a number of contingent workforce management topics including:

  • Key risks associated with contingent labor
  • Cost-saving strategies for both new and mature programs
  • Access to higher quality resources
  • Visibility into the various external labor types

Beyond the fundamental topics above, there are many complexities and performance indicators of migrating towards a purely vendor-neutral and integrated Vendor Management Software (VMS) and Managed Services Program (MSP). Whether a company is looking at a solution for the first time or there is a need to fine-tune a mature program, success and failure in any of these four areas often impact a specific course of action.

If you are a seasoned procurement executive or fairly new to the space and would like to dive deeper into any of these topics, please register for a consultation and demo or please call us at  1-800-291-1099.

Also, feel free to check out the press release that announces our participation at ProcureCon. Don’t forget — stay tuned for the outcomes of the panel discussion next week!

 

Disclaimer: The content in this blog post is for informational purposes only and cannot be construed as specific legal advice or as a substitute for legal advice. The blog post reflects the opinion of PRO Unlimited and is not to be construed as legal solutions and positions. Contact an attorney for specific advice and guidance for specific issues or questions.

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