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View the latest field service trends and resources in the form of white papers, industry insights, infographics, and videos.
Curious about how the field services industry would behave in a recession? See how we’ve leveraged tens of thousands of data points to deliver answers.
For businesses, Cost
This guide gives service providers that use Field Nation tips on how to protect their margins and navigate the current climate of increased pay rates and labor shortages
Looking to maximize the quality, consistency, and geographical reach of your field service coverage? We recommend allowing the geographical, technical, and time-sensitive details of each job to determine how you source the necessary labor.
To make it easy for businesses to search for and assign work to providers and service companies who consider themselves businesses, we’re introducing the Business Badge.
The way we work is changing, and it's time to rethink some of the fundamentals of labor strategy. By updating the architecture of work, organizations can allow the work to determine the worker.
As demand for skilled technicians rises, a blended workforce can help field service organizations adapt to changes in the labor supply chain.
Find out how to manage cost, quality, and coverage issues with the ideal labor mix between full-time employees, subcontractors, and on-demand technicians.
New and Now, For businesses
Getting ready for the busy season? Learn how our latest enhancements can help you set pay rates, manage schedules & improve productivity.
A surge in demand for IT service is coming. Technicians can make the most of this recovery wave with the right skills.
For businesses, Field Intel
Understand what the latest surge in client demand means for your field service delivery team and how you should prepare.
Retail IT deployments are massive undertakings. Here are proven strategies to keep your project on track and running smoothly.
While it's not required, independent contractors can benefit from getting an Employer Identification Number (EIN).
From Advanced Technician Profiles to MarketSmart™ Insights, learn what's new in intelligence, talent, and workflow automation on the Field Nation marketplace.
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