Managing the contingent workforce in higher education: A guide to VMS


Contingent workers are essential to the operations of any higher education institution. From seasonal exam markers, to lecturers, and even consultants, they are integral to the delivery of a high quality education. Large educational institutions can have hundreds or even thousands of contingent workers at any one time. Without the right systems, processes and tools in place, managing these workers is a huge burden. Vendor management systems (a VMS) are helping institutions manage these workers. They are helping optimise the construct of the workforce, deliver cost savings, and enabling hiring teams to work more productively.  

In this guide to VMS, expect to learn:
1. How higher education institutions can manage their contingent workforce effectively
2. The role a VMS plays in worker onboarding
3. The key benefits of a VMS in higher education settings

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