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Hiring Contract/Temporary Professionals is Short-Sighted and Costs More in the Long Run

Many organizations have adopted a rental model in filling professional positions that require extensive knowledge and experience, as well as in-depth training to get up to speed on the particular projects that these contract/temporary professionals will be working to complete. 878 more words

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Coverage of Man-Power Supply Agencies!

Man-power supply agencies are coverable under the ESI Act as Shops, but only their offices, as the premises in which those offices are functioning are utilised to render service for a price. 148 more words

For Trainees

Contract and Freelance Resumes: How to Highlight Your Employment History

If you have worked full-time for only one employer at a time, the Employment History section of your resume is going to be pretty standard. 346 more words

Job Search Strategies

Contingent vs. Full Time: Achieving the Magical Mix

Posted by Tom Joseph on June 29, 2011

How many full-time employees do we need? How many contractors? Doing what jobs where?

These may seem like basic questions. 594 more words

HR Transformation

Those cuts in subvention - commentary

Those cuts in subvention

April 26, 2012 | By KNewsEditorial

Guyana must be the most interesting place on earth. It is interesting to say the least because at the slightest agitation people mount protests. 659 more words


Are Contract Employees More Productive

We are delighted to once again have Robby Slaughter of Slaughter Development, a business process improvement consulting firm, as our guest blogger. Robby, the floor is yours! 564 more words

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