#VMS

10 aandachtspunten bij een internationale VMS implementatie

10 aandachtspunten bij een internationale VMS implementatie Hoewel veel organisaties in grote lijnen vergelijkbare eisen stellen aan VMS-systemen, zit – zoals bij veel zakelijke applicaties – het venijn in de details. De meeste VMS-platforms zijn ontworpen om flexibel te kunnen configureren, implementatie experts zijn ook toegerust om met die complexiteit om te gaan. Eén van …

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10 considerations for a multi-country VMS deployment

10 considerations for a multi-country VMS deployment Although many organisations have broadly similar requirements for VMS systems, like many business technology requirements ‘the devil is in the detail’ is a clichéd, but very relevant phrase. Most VMS platforms are designed to be highly configurable in recognition of this fact, and implementation services are also designed …

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TalentIn Blog 16 - supplying via an MSP

Supplying personnel through an MSP? Yes please! Or rather not?

Initially, the introduction of a Managed Service Provider (MSP) was often seen as a hardship by suppliers, disrupting the relationship with a client, accompanied by a loss of margin. But is that perception right? And what’s the current opinion? A large number of contingent workforce suppliers and freelancers have been surprised with a new MSP …

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TalentIn Blog 12 - SOW in MSP

3 success factors to integrate your SOW management with your MSP programme

Recently companies are increasingly looking for an integrated talent sourcing model to manage all temporary talent (staffing and professionals) and Statement of Work (SOW) workers. They often want to expand their existing MSP programme with SOW management. Traditionally SOW management was decentralised, largely controlled by the individual business units or departments who utilised the workers. However, …

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HR Technology game changing in 2018’s MSP and RPO Talent Acquisition programmes?

Today, you can tell your smartphone to send a message to a contact and find a free parking slot in your area, among other things. Virtual assistants, like Alexa from Amazon and Siri from Apple, are becoming increasingly mainstream in our daily activities. And these aren’t the only places where automation and machine learning are …

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TalentIn BLOG Change Management

Change management is crucial when implementing MSP or RPO

In today’s fast-paced Talent Management world being able to adapt to change is a quality all successful organisations need. This is why change management plays a crucial role when implementing or updating the recruitment part of your Talent Management Strategy Traditionally implementations of MSP (Managed Supplier Programme), RPO (Recruitment Process Outsourcing) or Blended Talent Management …

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TalentIn BLOG 4 Contingent Labour Recruitment

How mature is your contingent labour recruitment process? 4 success factors to help you create a competitive advantage in 2018.

Rapidly ramping up or scaling down the workforce has proven an essential competitive advantage for most companies. Therefore, contingent labour programmes in Europe developed from traditional PSL (Preferred Supplier Listing) through Master Vendor and MSP programmes to – for some early adopters –  an integrated Talent Management programme. Where are you with your contingent labour programme …

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