Managing and replacing an aging workforce is one of the utility industry’s most pressing problems. One solution experts propose is the increasingly sophisticated use of an extended workforce that includes contingent workers, retirees, and independent contractors. With experienced workers retiring faster than younger people are replacing them, an extended workforce can help to fill the growing talent gap. This whitepaper outlines how utilities can leverage an extended workforce to shrink your talent gap and meet many of your most pressing workforce needs.
Read expert assessments of aging workforce issues
Understand how demographic shifts are changing attitudes about employment
Learn how an extended workforce strategy can help you shrink your skills gap
Utility organizations employing contractors and contingent workers have very particular needs—for security, adherence to regulations, accurate rate tracking and enforcement, tenure tracking, worker classification, and supplier management, just to name a few.
Learn how a full-featured vendor management system (VMS) can help mitigate risk, enhance security, control costs, and provide complete visibility of your extended workforce while streamlining your vital business processes.
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