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Allie has been a member of the PRO team since 1997 and was recently promoted to COO and EVP. Allie oversees a team that has blazed new trails in developing unique and cutting-edge contingent workforce programs for Fortune 1000 clients with operations in the US and globally. Some of the key milestones that Allie has spearheaded include launching a global MSP offering, creating an industry-first SOW management solution, building an integrated services-technology self-sourcing capability, and continued evolution of PRO's vendor-neutral MSP approach that encompasses thousands of talent and project suppliers.

Contingent Workforce Management: Advantages of an Integrated Managed Services Program and Vendor Management Software Model

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Organizations that are not leveraging a managed service provider (MSP) and vendor management system (VMS) may be paying too much for contingent talent and are at risk of noncompliance with various labor and benefit laws. They are also likely to have challenges involving time to source quality talent.

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Making an Informed Decision about Contingent Workforce Management Advice

Making an Informed Decision about Contingent Workforce Management Advice

Non-employee talent is getting more and more attention in the executive suite, as contractors, freelancers, and other knowledge-based contingent workers become increasingly important in achieving company goals. However, when management attempts to align its current contingent labor management program with corporate objectives, many companies find they are unable to answer the most basic questions about the effectiveness of their current practices.

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