For the past two decades, large organizations representing many industries have experienced a steady increase in the hiring and utilization of workers who are deﬁned as “contingent” or “temporary.”
Commonly referred to as temps, freelancers, gig workers, independent contractors and consultants, today’s contingent workers make up over 40% of the entire workforce (including IT, Finance, Marketing, Supply Chain, etc.) sourced via colleagues, independent contractors, staffing agencies or consulting firms.
In an increasing number of cases, organizations are recruiting contingent workers to perform highly specialized roles. This includes data science, advanced software programming, graphic design, predictive analytics and a number of other white-collar roles requiring deep expertise in areas ranging from technology and banking to pharmaceuticals and retail.
The Benefits of Outsourcing to a Contingent Workforce Management Provider
The time and energy required for managing the contingent workforce can be overwhelming, and tapping a Managed Service Provider (MSP) and Vendor Management Software (VMS) solution can help you overcome the challenges you’re facing, including:
Without a customizable and scalable MSP and VMS solution in place that can adapt to your evolving needs, you’re likely paying too much for talent, at risk of non-compliance, and overextending internal resources.
A broad range of people in your organization are impacted by and involved in your contingent workforce management process and will beneﬁt greatly from a centralized, expertly operated solution.
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If you’re interested in learning more about how PRO is helping organizations implement winning contingent workforce programs globally, please contact a PRO representative at 800.291.1099 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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