the evolving model of MSP and total talent partnership

September 16, 2016 Shirley Jones

A talent strategy gaining attention among companies is a variation of the Managed Services Program (MSP). For organizations that fit certain profiles in size, industry and internal structure, this model provides a dedicated service team, often located onsite, combined with total talent coverage that can help employers better compete in a changing talent landscape. This total talent version of MSP is an ideal approach for many organizations, including both large- and mid-sized companies that otherwise may not have the resources to evolve their talent capability. The program team not only provides a total talent strategy, but it leverages technology and expert resources not readily available internally.

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Shirley Jones

Shirley Jones is responsible for the overall strategic development, sales and operations for Randstad Corporate Services (RCS), a division of Randstad Sourceright that delivers comprehensive onsite strategic supplier management and total talent solutions. Under her leadership, RCS has grown from an innovative regional delivery model to a national market leading solution. Shirley has over 28 years of experience in staffing solutions, technology and managed services.

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