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Whiteboard Sessions

Contingent Workforce Whiteboard Sessions by HCMWorks

Whiteboard sessions To Help You better Manage youR COntingent Workforce ecosystem

If your organization is utilizing a contingent workforce, it's exposed to a well-known set of internal and external mechanisms.

Whether you realize it or not, these mechanisms impact your company in a significant way.

When you combine all these factors together, they represent your contingent workforce ecosystem.

HCMWorks facilitates half-day 'whiteboard sessions' to provide potential clients and future partners a glimpse into their contingent workforce ecosystem and how it's performing.

Our role in this process is to help companies identify, understand and manage their contingent workforce ecosystem in such a way that they can take advantage of their contingent workforce as a strategic asset.

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“The HCM 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.” 

Vendor Management Client

“The HCM 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.” 

Vendor Management Client
Whiteboard Sessions on Contingent Workforce Management by HCMWorks

The Whiteboarding Session:

HCMWorks moderates an open discussion, asking key questions relevant to understanding and clearly determining the outer bounds and depth of your Contingent Workforce Ecosystem.

Together, we identify how your organization is currently benefiting from a contingent workforce and what improvement vectors exists.

Examples of internal and external mechanism

  • Current Human Capital Strategy
  • Cost Savings
  • Value Engineering
  • Talent Management and Attraction
  • Governance and Risk Management
  • Analytics and KPIs
  • Vendor Engagement & Management
  • Maturity Modelling and Road-Mapping

Expected results:

  • Learning and discovery of new concepts
  • Identification of potential improvement vectors
  • Elimination of existing blind spots and false concepts
  • New impulses and action items

Overall, these strategic Whiteboard Sessions allow you to formalize ideas and visions to optimize your contingent workforce management practices going forward.

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