You might have the challenge of finding the right people, to fill the talent gaps, at the right time, and often at the lowest possible cost, can be a mission critical requirement for many organizations, but what is the best way to solve this?
By activating the potential of a contingent workforce program.
HCMWorks challenges companies to rethink their approach to talent. We offer a combination of process, practice, and technology that allows you to gain the full picture of your talent ecosystem.
Companies who have worked with HCMWorks have gained the following benefits:
This white paper dives deep into your contingent workforce ecosystem and uncovers three key areas to improve on. It offers valuable insights and actionable recommendations.
Gain control over the growing contingent workforce with these best in class risk management, talent acquisition, and cost control recommendations.
Contingent workforce management is complex. Without a proper strategy that centralizes how you manage your temporary workers, it's almost certain that your business has no visibility into its contingent workforce and is spending large amounts of money on rogue costs.
In our previous blog, 'How to Successfully Manage Contingent Workforce Costs - Part 1', we looked at the importance of better sourcing in your contingent workforce and how it can help your organize reduce spending.> Read More
Keeping track of your contingent workforce is complex. You simply cannot manage what you can't measure, and most of the organizations we speak to do not have efficient processes, technologies and strategies in place to properly manage their temporary workforce.
It's likely that your organization has hiring managers in different branches of your company engaging contingent or non-permanent workers, without a centralized management process. This means your business is creating unseen workers who are not entirely visible to your human resources department, resulting in rogue spend and...> Read More
This year has been a tough one for businesses around the world, and for the employees that work for them. Employers have had to make difficult choices about their workforce, and employees have been forced to look for new ways to work from home. With a large number of employees being laid off and the majority of organizations still adopting entirely work-from-home business models, there’s a new wave of highly talented and skilled workers that can be hired on a contingent basis.> Read More