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Alternative sourcing beyond traditional methods

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:

  • Optimized talent acquisition strategy
  • Access to rare, niche or previously unknown candidates
  • Lower turnover, improved hiring metrics and recruitment time
  • Reduced staffing and sourcing, training and onboarding costs
  • Structured and predictable access to non-permanent labour
  • Alternative talent sourcing streams beyond traditional methods
By working with HCMWorks, your organization can successfully integrate the flexible, contingent workforce into its Total Workforce Management Strategy.

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