By JENNIFER PITTMAN
Posted Winter 2001
At the wily pace of development today, there’s little time to think about where the next hire comes from, or where the last great contractor went when the project ended. At hand is only one complex task: Complete the project. Control costs. Fill the empty seat.
More often than not, companies are realizing that the costs of a revolving workforce aren’t under control at all. A continuous parade of contractors and consultants charges by, often stopping only to help with a specific project or a seasonal rush. In its wake is a complicated morass of paperwork and empty desks. (MORE)