Gigs for All!

In 2015, many are turning to gigs to supplement their income and create the life they want for themselves.

HRO Today Forum: Europe

Regulations for Temporary Workers in the EU

Regulations for temporary workers in the EU since 2011, such as the Equal Treatment Act, protect the rights of temporary workers in the Member States of the European Union. Let’s take a look at what regulations there are and how they are implemented.

Managing vs. Leading – An Essential Differentiator

As a result of an increasingly over-saturated marketplace, MSP providers are tasked with identifying (and implementing) meaningful differentiators – with the hope to uncover the appropriate formula for attaining (and retaining) a competitive advantage with current and prospective clients. The answer? We must continue to invest in developing transformative leaders among our internal ranks.

Two Thumbs Up: SIA’s 2015 CWS Summit North America

SIA’s North America CWS Conference 2015

Managing your Meeting Minutes

On average, 11 million meetings are held in the United States each day – that’s 55 million a week and 220 million a month on average! That’s over a billion per year!

Wage: Why is “minimum” the standard?

Pay is a touchy subject for employers and employees, and often tops the list of reasons why employees either prefer an employer, or quit working for one. The current movement to increase the minimum wage in the United States looks to make more employees happy and able to survive on their wages.

Considerations when choosing an RPO Partner

Many companies look for RPO providers by pushing out a Request for Proposal (RFP). While this process should give you a preview inside the company, there are a few basic questions to ask yourself.

What is RPO?

Let’s look at a few reasons to use the services delivered by an RPO provider.

Staffing Predictions for the Close of 2015

Wrapping up 2015 by looking at some trends hitting the staffing world for Q4.

Total Talent Management: A No Brainer?

The concept that an organization’s workforce plan should encompass all types of workers – contingent, employed, independent contractors, consultants, and freelancers – sounds like an easy one to embrace. So why aren’t more companies doing just that?

The Cost of Unemployment

The average American works 1,789 hours per year. With a workforce of roughly 157 million, that equals 280 billion hours annually.