When you have leaders that possess a deep understanding of the staffing and workforce solutions industries, media crave their insightful thoughts and views on future trends. Recently, our very own Lynne Marie Finn and Scott Stenclik were interviewed by HRO Today and the Buffalo News, respectively.
HRO Today featuring Lynne Marie Finn
A roundtable of executives share the rewards they reap from their contingent labor management program.
Managed service provider (MSP) programs have become a critical resource to HR and procurement departments in the last few years. The contingent labor market has grown significantly, with 30 percent of the workforce being classified as temporary. The bounty contingent labor brings is undeniable: Ardent Partners reports that 62 percent of organizations cite contingent labor as a vital component to achieving goals. But with it comes challenges. Organizations have looked to MSP programs to lessen the pressure and stress of maintaining compliance, visibility, and cost. Recently, HRO Today spoke with a group of practitioners to learn what they’ve gained from their MSP program. The value runs deep, and some benefits fall outside typical service level agreements.
Buffalo News featuring Scott Stenclik
The Buffalo Niagara region’s job picture improved in August, keeping up a pattern of steady growth. The region added 4,100 jobs from a year ago, an increase of 0.8 percent, the state Department of Labor said. The Buffalo Niagara region’s total employment – 550,700 – was the highest figure for August since 2000.