Contingent Staffing 2017

July 10-July 12, 2017

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Whitepapers

Contingent Staffing Director's Report 2017

The use of contingent labor by both Fortune 500 and midsized companies has consistently grown and will continue to become a critical tool used by HR departments to ensure a skilled workforce. The main drivers for this strategy are: 

Increased Pressure on Managing Headcounts: Managers are under increased pressure to maintain current levels of FTEs 

Cost Savings: Contingent labor significantly reduces employee benefit costs 

Flexibility: Project based work; specifically around software development lends itself well to the contingent staffing model. This is additionally true in the light industrial sector where seasonality in work is a factor. 

Download the Contingent Staffing 2017 Director's Report to learn more about the opportunities, challenges, and trends in contingent staffing.

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Workforce Solutions - Workplace Results

Integrated Resources Inc. delivers strategic workforce solutions to Life Sciences, Healthcare, Energy and Telecom sectors nationwide. IRI has an extensive experience working with number of Managed Service Providers and Vendor Management systems providing skilled talent with ease of engagement.

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Reports & Studies

Contingent Staffing 2017: The Director's Report

The use of contingent labor by both Fortune 500 and midsized companies has consistently grown and will continue to become a critical tool used by HR departments to ensure a skilled workforce. The main drivers for this strategy are: 

  • Increased Pressure on Managing Headcounts: Managers are under increased pressure to maintain current levels of FTEs
  • Cost Savings: Contingent labor significantly reduces employee benefit costs
  • Flexibility: Project based work; specifically around software development lends itself well to the contingent staffing model. This is additionally true in the light industrial sector where seasonality in work is a factor. 

Download the Contingent Staffing 2017 Director's Report to learn more about the opportunities, challenges, and trends in contingent staffing.

Contingent Staffing 2016: The Director's Report


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In today’s economy, the use of contingent labor is rapidly increasing to the point where the current workforce is predicted to be 40% contingent workers. A number of different factors have influenced this, not least, the shortage of highly skilled talent, an increased worker preference for flexibility, and the soaring costs of benefits. The 2016 Contingent Staffing Director's report takes a look at these factors, while including a special agenda preview, highlighting how they will be addressed at this year's conference. Read about:
- Risk mitigation in the contingent workforce
- Retention efforts for top performers
- Managing the growth of contingent workers on your roster

Cultivating Excellence and Efficiency in the Contingent Workforce The ProcureCon Indirect Contingent Labor Trends Report 2015


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As procurement gains influence and visibility around spend management for contingent labor, adopting best practices and building alliances with HR are top priorities within the department. Produced with Beeline, the 2015 Contingent Labor Trends report contains benchmark data and analysis around the following key themes:

- Procurement's transition from a tactical to strategic department
- Using technology to gain visibility around contingent labor
- Building influence and alliances across departments

Best Methods for Implementing Vendor Management Strategy


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Whether co-managed with an external partner or internal department, or fully under the jurisdiction of either procurement or HR, contingent staffing is a process that has been around for multiple years and is increasingly being improved through the application of technology.

Key topics include:

  • Assessing the level of staffing and efficacy within procurement groups
  • Profiling contingent labor programs by age, size, and distribution
  • Responsibility for contingent labor strategies and program management