Fieldglass Publishes 'Vendor Accountability for Contingent Workforce Management'

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New report offers alternative to “vendor neutrality.”

Fieldglass Inc., a leading provider of contingent workforce management solutions, today published “Vendor Accountability for Contingent Workforce Management.” This new report explores the history and development of vendor neutrality and offers an alternative model.

Vendor neutrality is a very misunderstood concept in our industry,” said Jai Shekhawat, CEO, Fieldglass, Inc. “Historically, customers have insisted upon vendor neutrality due to their experience with program and staffing practices considered to be contrary to their best interests. Unfortunately, the prevailing flavor of vendor neutrality keeps staffing partners from doing what they are best at – filling job orders and managing staffing programs. Consequently, that means less value for customers. But there is a better model.”

In “Vendor Accountability for Contingent Workforce Management”, Fieldglass describes an innovative new model which creates “vendor accountability” without falling into the traps of vendor neutrality. Topics covered in the report include:

The complete report is available for download at Fieldglass.com.

About Fieldglass

Fieldglass, a leading provider of contingent workforce management solutions, combines technology innovation with industry expertise to provide business solutions for such industries as financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and telecommunications. Fieldglass' solutions are based on its award-winning InSite application, designed to optimize an organization's contingent labor procurement and management process. For more information about Fieldglass, and its solutions and services, visit http://www.fieldglass.com.

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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