Contingent workforce complexity is growing. Organizations are increasingly turning to a more diverse pool of flexible talent to execute mission-critical tasks. As they do so, one class of workers has become especially important in the mix. Statement of Work (SOW) contractors can account for a significant portion of a contingent workforce program's spend, but many companies lack consistency of engagement and oversight, resulting in cost inefficiencies and inconsistent results. We take a close look in this first of a three-part series.
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Michel Stokvis is the director of Randstad Sourceright’s Talent Innovation Center. With more than 20 years in the industry, he has deep experience in RPO and MSP solutions, having served on both the client and provider side. His previous roles have spanned across numerous global markets and provided an opportunity for him to work with a variety of companies in many sectors.Follow on Twitter More Content by Michel Stokvis