Our success has been our willingness to be nimble, adaptive, curious and flexible for our clients.
We don't believe in rigidity, overhead and complicated layers. We look for results and success.
The contingent workforce ecosystem is broad, complex extensive and multi-factored. It impacts all organizations in a different way. This is why HCMWorks does not believe in out of the box solutions or standard recipes.
As experts in the field, we know what key value drivers are standard and can be successfully replicated in a best-in-class contingent workforce program. Once this foundation has been established, the field is wide open for alternatives and customizations. This is where real workforce management and optimization begins!
“The HCMWorks team was the foundation in the implementation of a contingent workforce managed solution which extends from the hiring process to the payment of consultants. For more than 5 years, our partnership with HCMWorks enables us to effectively meet our objectives in accessing a large talent pool, all while controlling our costs.”
"Having had HCMWorks and their team of professionals supporting our contract resources over the past four years has been a pleasure. HCM experts continue to provide solid and consistent resource management, procurement and administration and we appreciate the efforts that they successfully offer. Having them on our team is a huge asset!"
"I've been working for almost 10 years with the HCMWorks' team and I hope to continue for another 10 years. Professional and passionate are few words that best describe this team. They offer excellent overall service and are always available for any inquiries. Their knowledge of the market makes them an asset for the business. I would not hesitate to recommend them."
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Today’s businesses need to be more flexible than ever. With increased competition and rapidly changing market conditions, organizations across the world are focusing on creating agile workforces made up of both employee and non-employee workers.> Read More
When procurement departments first got involved with managing an increasingly growing contingent workforce, they were often tasked by executive teams to reduce costs.
The initial premise was that procuring people, with specific skills and intellectual capital, was not unlike procuring any other needed resource. Procurement traditionally concentrated on cost, risk, and measurement, and this competency was extended to staffing contingent workers.> Read More