Companies often tend to overlook non-employee workers that are not sourced and managed through their centralized contingent workforce program office. These workers can include security contractors, food service workers, facilities maintenance staff, and many other categories of untracked labor. In addition to security risks, these untracked workers can create potential compliance issues for the organization and limit the company’s ability to make comprehensive business decisions about their total workforce.
There is a way to seamlessly track non-employees that fall into special categories outside the normal contingent workforce sourcing process. Contingent workforce program managers will reduce risk and add value to the organization by incorporating these often-overlooked classes of workers into their overall program.
With the Resource Tracking solution built into Beeline, organizations can:
Establish a consistent process for identifying and reporting on all extended workers, regardless of labor type, location, or circumstance
Ensure compliance with organizational policies by automating onboarding and offboarding processes for all extended workers
Mitigate tenure, access, and other policy risks related to previously untracked resources
Reduce duplicate and manual data entry through integrations with HRIS, security, and access systems.