How to Successfully Manage Non-Employees and Contractors

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Companies increasingly rely on non-employees and contractors to fill essential roles, bring specialized expertise, and provide flexibility. Effectively managing non-employees is crucial to maintaining productivity, ensuring compliance, and fostering a cohesive work environment.  Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to successfully manage non-employees and contractors.  Understanding the Contractor Landscape  The Rise of the Gig Economy …

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Higher Education and Temporary Workers: The Struggle is REAL

Higher Education and Temporary Workers

It’s one thing to struggle when finding and managing your temporary workers; it’s another thing to know you’re not alone!   Are you struggling?  We’ve got you covered.   Ted Bohlin, Contingent Program Workforce Manager at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, is jumping on a call with us and Workday VNDLY to discuss how much easier life…

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Revolutionizing Contingent Labor Management in Higher Education: Join Our Webinar 

In today’s rapidly evolving higher education landscape, the management of contingent labor has become more critical than ever. As institutions strive to maintain flexibility while ensuring the highest standards of education, effective management of non-employee labor is essential. That’s why nextSource and Workday VNDLY are excited to co-host a groundbreaking webinar focused on transforming how…

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What Are the Benefits of the Gig Economy for Workers?

This week, we’re weighing the pros and cons of gig work from the employee’s point of view (In case you missed it, we answered the question: “What is the Gig Economy”? a little while ago). The next post we’ll do the same but from an employer’s viewpoint. Keep reading to learn more about freelancing and…

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What CHIPS Is & How It’s Going to Effect the Higher Education Labor Force

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Having been enacted by President Joe Biden in August 2022 after a rare display of bipartisan support, the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) and Science Act is now official. The act addresses the country’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) needs while boosting America’s innovation, national security, and competitiveness. The law also presents…

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