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2006 Top Employment-Related Screening Providers

May 30, 2007
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Ranked by number of employment-related screenings performed in past 12 months, most recent data available. Published: November 6, 2006
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In Long-Awaited Deal, Johnson & Johnson Contract Goes to Convergys

May 29, 2007
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The $1 billion, 10-year agreement slightly lags behind the 2006 Unilever-Accenture HRO contract in terms of size.
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Reducing Costs a Sore Subject at HRO Meeting

May 7, 2007
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‘‘Cost savings” seem to have become bad words when it comes to discussing the business drivers of HR outsourcing. That at least appeared to be the case at last month’s HRO World, an industry conference held in New York.
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U.K. Outsourcing Provider Acquires Arinso

May 2, 2007
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Analysts had speculated that Arinso would need to be acquired to get the capital it needs to go after large HR business process outsourcing deals on its own.
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Hewitt Names Head of HRO

April 20, 2007
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Observers have been waiting for Hewitt to appoint a new head of HR outsourcing since Bryan Doyle stepped down from the post in August.
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NY HR Week Conference & Expo

April 18, 2007
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NY HR Week Conference & Expo April 17-18, 2007
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CSuite March 2007

April 13, 2007
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CSuite March 2007
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Large-Market Outsourcing Changing the Expectations of HR

April 12, 2007
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For some workforce managers, HR outsourcing brings the opportunity to become more involved in the business. For others, it could mean they will be charged with overseeing relationships with HRO providers. But one thing is certain: The corporate culture should guide companies as they prepare these individuals for their new role.
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Who Owns the Temps

April 12, 2007
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While human resources remains the dominant player in contingent workforce plans at most companies, procurement officers are becoming much more involved—and in some cases control the process—thanks to increasing pressure for corporate cost control and savings.
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Connecting With Other Companies That Use Contingent Staff

April 12, 2007
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The Contingent Workforce Strategies Council’s peer network is a direct response to requests from corporate executives keen on developing best practices in the field of contingent labor. The price for an annual membership is $30,000. So far, four companies have joined: Nationwide, Accenture, Hewlett-Packard and Dell.
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