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.
The future of work is changing. The contingent workforce - which is made up of freelancers, consultants, independent contractors and part-time workers - now makes up a huge percentage of the world’s workforce.
In fact, a report from Intuit predicts the number of contingent workers will only continue to increase worldwide. The study notes that today around 25-30 per cent of the US workforce is currently contingent, with that number expected to exceed 40 per cent by 2020.> Read More
Competition for labour in today’s business market is constantly growing. This is largely driven by a shortage in skilled workers, which is affecting almost every industry across both the US and Canada.
In fact, the Society for Human Resource Management claims that around 83 per cent of organizations are currently struggling to find workers with the right skills. Meanwhile, a report by American Action Forum (AAF) found that, by 2029, employers in nearly every US state will face significant shortages of qualified workers due to an ageing population.> Read More
Large businesses in today’s market work with a wide range of vendors. In fact, most companies are more dependent on vendor relationships for the success of their business than ever before, whether it be for talent acquisition, procuring office supplies, service providers or accessing equipment manufacturers.
That’s because vendors have specific expertise in a particular area of your business, making them a far more effective and cost-efficient way of accessing specialized knowledge without having to pay for an expensive in-house team.> Read More