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Common MSP implementation challenges and how to avoid them

Posted Kimball Norup, SVP, Head of Growth at Hays Talent Solutions Americas on Monday, Jan 8, 2018

Blog2_implementationchallengesManaged service provider (MSP) programs can provide companies, and their hiring managers, with many benefits by providing a single system that finds the right talent, allows standardized processes and introduces best practices. Once you choose the right solutions provider for your business, the implementation process begins. Working to ensure that all vendors, suppliers, clients, and workers are on the same page, comes with its challenges. Hays Talent Solutions has established themselves as a leading global MSP, working with clients across many industries and regions. With our background and vast experience as an MSP here are some of the challenges and key learnings we’ve gathered that will help you avoid future mistakes and ensure your MSP implementation is successful.


Why recruiting temps is no longer seen as a knee-jerk reaction

Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Friday, Jan 5, 2018

Blog image: Why recruiting temps is no longer just a reactionEveryone's talking about the rise of the contingent workforce, but some hiring managers still see temps as a reactive move, possibly caused by poor planning or preparation. The increasing use of temps is no longer driven solely by cost reduction or a reaction to sudden market fluctuations or business requirements, as it once was.


Hire for success – prioritize personality

Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Friday, Dec 15, 2017

Blog image: How to hire for success – prioritize personalityThere are many boxes to tick off when choosing someone to hire but one of them I find many hiring managers overlook – personality. When I hire, I’m considering how I need to build a cohesive, well-functioning unit in which the members all complement one another, not just in terms of capability, but also in terms of personality fit. I want a team made up of people who recognize the value of working together for the greater good, as opposed to just pursuing individual success.


How to suss out the best person for the job

Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Thursday, Dec 14, 2017

Blog image: suss out the right candidates - correctedDuring my years working in recruitment, I’ve seen the same mistakes being made time and time again, which almost always lead to a bad hiring decision.  Most of these mistakes stem from one thing – many hiring managers don’t know what exactly it is they are looking for during an interview or how to assess this during the interview process.

Here are some simple steps to take to help spot the right candidate for your team.


How will technology bring innovations to MSP programs

Posted By Kimball Norup, SVP, Head of Growth at Hays Talent Solutions Americas on Thursday, Dec 14, 2017

Innovations in MSP TechnologyThe workforce technology ecosystem is becoming increasingly crowded and complicated, and managed service programs (MSP) providers are well positioned to guide their customers through these and other workforce management challenges. Today’s solutions providers are leveraging technology to create the next-generation of MSP’s that promise to transform the world of work. Here are six technological advances coming to an MSP near you (if they haven't already).


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