Creating equality in industries where it is needed isn’t just an ethical imperative. It is now also an econ...
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A tire manufacturer reached out to Manpower for help with temporary staffing as a strategy for building workforce flexibility and protecting its permanent staff from the fluctuations.
A large retailer turned to Talent Solutions' RPO for help supporting its aggressive growth plans while also addressing its fluctuating seasonal demands.
A global leader in the field of telecommunications needed a continuous flow of new talent to support its fast-growing operations and turned to Talent Solutions to source and retain the right talent.
Facing significant contingent worker turnover, a global manufacturer of consumer products and developer of technology turned to TAPFIN to help fill hundreds of positions in a short period of time.
TAPFIN helped a leading global provider of network technology increase visibility into its workforce, including services procurement management (SPM).
One of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies turned to TAPFIN for help managing its contingent workforce program in Latin America.
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An international telecommunications provider turned to TAPFIN to develop a custom solution that would help reduce costs associated with a burdensome contract labor process.
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Creating equality in industries where it is needed isn’t just an ethical imperative. It is now also an economic necessity.