BrassRing Partners with MyBizOffice to Enter Contract Employment Management Arena.Business Editors
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BrassRing, the leader in talent management technology and services, today announced that it has formed a partnership with MyBizOffice, Inc., the leader in contingent workforce A contingent workforce is a provisional group of workers who work for an organization on a non-permanent basis, also known as freelancers, independent professionals, temporary contract workers, independent contractors or consultants. engagement solutions, to enter the contractor workforce space. The partnership gives BrassRing customers the ability to use MyBizOffice's industry-leading "portable employment" service to engage non-employee project contractors from the BrassRing Enterprise platform.
Under terms of the agreement, BrassRing will leverage its existing talent gateway technology to help companies better manage their contract employees, using MyBizOffice as the primary engagement vehicle. MyBizOffice will provide BrassRing customers with a convenient consolidated bill for all contingent workers contingent worker
A temporary or part-time worker, usually one working under contract for a fixed period or a specific project. . The company also provides the hired contractors themselves with complete employment and benefits packages. In addition, BrassRing and MyBizOffice will cross-market each other's products and services to all existing customers.
"Using Talent Relationship Management (TRM) strategies to build relationships with prospective contractors can give companies a sustainable competitive advantage," explained John Haworth Haw·orth , Sir Walter Norman 1883-1950.
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n the minimal expenditure of dollars, time, and other elements necessary to achieve the health care result deemed necessary and appropriate. and scalable solution for contract workforce engagement. By using MyBizOffice in conjunction with BrassRing Enterprise, BrassRing customers can reduce their contractor engagement costs by more than 20 percent."
"This relationship brings the MyBizOffice service into new organizations while expanding its use within current customers as they extend BrassRing's TRM message to their contingent workforce," said Gene Zaino The creator of this article, or someone who has substantially contributed to it, may have a conflict of interest regarding its subject matter.
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BrassRing LLC is the leader in delivering software and services that help companies recruit and manage talent for competitive advantage. As the only provider of integrated TRM software and services, BrassRing offers a unique blend of technology, process improvement and relationship marketing -- delivering comprehensive solutions for recruitment and talent management. Investors in BrassRing LLC and its affiliates include The Washington Post Company, Tribune Company The Tribune Company (NYSE: TRB) is a large American multimedia corporation based in Chicago, Illinois. It is the nation's second-largest newspaper publisher, responsible for the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Hartford Courant , Gannett Co., Inc., and Accel Partners. BrassRing has earned a number of prestigious industry awards, including Upside's 2001 Hot 100 List of Privately Held Companies privately held company
A firm whose shares are held within a relatively small circle of owners and are not traded publicly. , IDC's list of the Top 10 eRecruiting providers, Forbes Magazine's Best-of-the-Web 2001 directory, Information Week's Top 100 ASPs, HR Executive's Top 10 New Products of 2000, CAREERXROADS Top Online Employment Site and WEDDLE'S User's Choice Award. For additional information on BrassRing's products and services, visit www.brassring.com/employers.
MyBizOffice, Inc. (www.mybizoffice.com), the leader in contingent workforce engagement solutions, represents a cost-effective alternative to traditional staffing and consulting engagements. MyBizOffice's clients save over 20% on service supply chain costs while enhancing their ability to attract and administer contingent workers through MyBizOffice's convenient "portable employment" service for consultants. Founded in 1986, MyBizOffice is in use by 140 of the Fortune 1000 companies and has served thousands of contingent workers.