…manage an HR outsourcing contract

Main, Chris
June 2006
People Management;6/29/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 13, p44
The article discusses ways on how to manage a human resource outsourcing contract. Signing an outsourcing contract is the beginning of the relationship between company and supplier. The article suggests ways on managing these outsourcing contracts such as developing core competence in contract management and establishing a collaborative relationship.


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