UpGlide Announces Major Global RPO & MSP Technology Deal

Today, UpGlide announced a major software agreement with a global RPO and MSP solutions enterprise. The company will leverage UpGlide as its sole vendor management system (VMS) technology across its multiple lines of business. Engaging the UpGlide platform will help the company streamline the administration of its talent management, RPO, and MSP programs. The unique flexibility of UpGlide will allow the company to better meet client demand.  The company will use the tool across diverse client segments within manufacturing, consumer goods, financial, healthcare, and life sciences industries. “This is a notable milestone for UpGlide, as we begin a new strategic partnership with a leading global RPO and MSP company. UpGlide will provide a great opportunity for our new client to transcend the limits of its existent processes and upscale workflow all through the platform,” said Scott Aicher, COO of UpGlide.

UpGlide’s newly engaged client is a leading talent acquisition solutions organization who conducts business with clients across all continents. Finding better ways to manage the employee lifecycle in today’s world can be challenging with all the viable tech options present in the marketplace. Organizations often hesitate to adopt workforce management tools that only partially meet their requirements. UpGlide provides unique value in addressing this problem. The platform is fully customizable to accommodate any environment, including blended workforce requirements present in staffing business models.

“UpGlide’s solution is a bit different than other VMS technologies available in the market. We facilitate transactional business by establishing long-term relationships. We are ecstatic to be working with a global talent strategy management company and look forward to growing our partnership together. As the business landscape for workforce management continues to evolve, we strive to position UpGlide as an innovative leader of best-fit technology solutions across all industries that engage and/or provide staffing solutions,” said Scott Aicher, COO of UpGlide.

UpGlide continues to progress along a positive growth trajectory as it strengthens brand recognition within the workforce management technology space.  In early October, UpGlide launched UpGlide Timesheets, a straightforward time and expense technology solution built for the staffing industry. The application is proficient in managing a multi-layer workforce management program. The company continues to secure deals with direct employers, MSPs, and staffing agencies. “It is exciting to have the opportunity to see UpGlide in action with a full spectrum of clients, each of which is using the tool in a distinct way to trigger different engagement models,” said Aicher. “This new technology deal is going to take UpGlide to new heights in tapping the global talent ecosystem. We look forward to big things to come as we expand our client base and development roadmap. We continue to drive UpGlide as the ultimate technology that solves the challenges of managing the modern workforce.”

About UpGlide

UpGlide is the cloud-based contingent workforce management platform that creates diverse user experiences through versatility. Designed for multifunctional use, UpGlide vendor management system (VMS) is customizable to meet role-specific needs of end clients, MSPs, and staffing agencies within the contingent workforce ecosystem. UpGlide can be used to support any piece of the contingent workforce lifecycle, streamline program administration, and enable data exchange across external management systems.

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1. Job Title

When creating a job title, the title should accurately depict experience level and responsibilities that the employee will perform. The title should be standard enough for relevant job seekers to find it in a search. Standardization is also useful for comparing across positions of parity in compensation and responsibilities.

2. Job Description

After the job title is established, write a 1-3 sentence job description highlighting how the position delivers value to your organization. This should summarize the most pertinent aspects of the job. The details will follow in the next section, “key responsibilities”.  Monster provides sample job descriptions by job title for some examples.

3. Key Responsibilities

Establish 5-15 essential responsibilities that the employee will execute. These should be concise in bullet format, and each responsibility should begin with a present-tense action verb. If you need some verb ideas view this list of awesome action verbs. Each point should list the action to be taken followed by the purpose of completing it.

4. Skills and Qualifications

This section is comprised with educational level, years of experience, technical skills, and certifications requirements. This section is relevant for effectively filtering out unqualified job seekers. Skills and qualifications that are mandatory should be distinctively separate from those that are preferred. If candidates absolutely must have a credential to be considered, explain the credential’s relevance to job competency.

5. Supervisor & Department

It is important to include details on whom the employee will report to and where the employee will fall in the organization’s hierarchy. If the job is team oriented, explain who the employee will be interacting with on a regular basis. This helps applicants understand the lines of authority and working relationships defined in the role.

6. Employment Type & Benefits

Be transparent about the position’s non-exempt or exempt status. If it is a contract position, specify if it is temporary or contract-to-hire and quantify the duration of employment. Include details on where the position in located.  If the position requires travel, denote a percentage to amount of travel required (i.e. < 50%). List any benefits that will be provided to the employee such as medical insurance, 401(K), and paid time off accrual.

7. Company Overview

Candidates should have a brief overview about the hiring company, so they understand the company culture and landscape. Include information about corporate values, objectives, geographical presence, and work environment.

8. Contact Information

Provide contact information in case applicants have questions or technical difficulties submitting their application.

About UpGlide

UpGlide is the cloud-based contingent workforce management platform that creates diverse user experiences through versatility. Upglide provides centralization for workforce management tools, including job description templates that can be repurposed to place job orders. Assess, qualify, and hire candidates in one seamless transaction with UpGlide.

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