Making temporary work

July 2003
Supply Management;7/3/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 14, p19
Gives advice on the issues that need to be addressed in relation to tendering process for the supply of agency staff at a local authority in Great Britain. Significance of taking into account key issues that influence supply of staff agency namely, baseline, specification, sourcing strategy and clear tender document; Scope and coverage of the four significant factors; Importance of initiating these basic guidelines for a successful tendering process.


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