The past year has opened people’s eyes to the freedom of remote working. It doesn’t necessarily have to be literally at one’s home. It can be anywhere! However, having your employees based in one country and working in another, even temporarily, has significant potential pitfalls.
Remote working is the hot topic during the pandemic. But many companies were using a remote working policy for many years before COVID-19, including CXC. Connor Heaney highlights why that was the case and explains why organisations are now ready to hire international contingent workers.
Companies continue to cut costs and it is still unknown how the global economy will perform in the coming years due to Covid-19. A way to save labour costs but still access skills is via talent arbitrage. Connor Heaney explains why large organisations should be looking at talent arbitrage as part of their strategy going forward.
There are several factors to consider for engaging contingent workers. If you are interested in strategic sourcing and more than just cost, i.e. you want intelligent, ambitious, skilled, multilingual individuals, lower than the average EU wage
In this final instalment of our three-part series on the best ways to win at Total Talent Management, we’re taking a look at the impact of HR tech and the factors you need to consider, to facilitate and reap greatest results from its adoption.
In this three-part series, How to Win with Total Workforce Management, we’re taking a look at the trending shifts in talent engagement and management, and how your organisation can work towards a proactive, agile and highly tuned ‘total workforce’
Global Contractor Compliance and Worker Engagement. According to the results of a recent survey conducted by ADP, http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/marketwire/1193735.htm concerns about global…