Managed Service Providers (MSP) were traditionally engaged as outsourced business process providers tasked with bringing technology and best practices to the management of multiple contingent labor staffing suppliers and consolidating agency spend to drive cost savings. Over time, as companies began to make contingent labor a larger part of their workforce, staffing supplier relationships became more involved, and talent acquisition practices matured. Thus, there was a natural progression for MSPs to become more of a strategic partner. Learn some of the key drivers behind the growth of MSP programs in this Q&A with Taryn Owen, President of PeopleScout.
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