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Procurement is complex and, despite the beliefs of many, is an organization-wide process. A strategic plan is necessary to not only set the overall direction of procurement, but to ensure it is aligned with your company’s corporate strategy.
If you read our recent blog, titled ‘What is Procurement and What Does it Involve?’, you should have a good idea of what exactly procurement looks at and how it differs from purchasing.
With this in mind, HCMWorks has now created a five-step guide that will help your organization create a strategic procurement strategy that is aligned with your...> Read More
The contingent workforce has become an essential component of any successful large organization, and, as a result, the vendors that your business works with are critical to your yearly goals.
Depending on how large your business is, you are probably already working with a few, or maybe even hundreds, of vendors. All of these vendors are likely to have different contracts, pay rates, and points of contact which all must be managed by one person or an entire team within your organization.> Read More
Struggling to find skilled workers that will take your organization to the next level and support further growth? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
In fact, the shortage in skilled workers is a common concern for businesses all across the globe right now, and it is no different in the US and Canada. SkillsUSA estimates that 10 million skilled workers will be needed by 2020 and that 600,000 skilled jobs are currently going unfilled.> Read More