Nearly 47% of the average workforce consists of non-employees. Yet many companies do not even know how many contingent workers they have at any given time.
Do you know how many non-employees are working for your company? Do you know:
- Who they are?
- Where they are?
- What they are doing?
- What access they have to company facilities, networks, and data?
If you don’t, we can show you an easy way to create a business case for Resource Tracking. Download our fact sheet
You will learn:
- Why your company needs to mitigate the risks created by contingent workers who are unaccounted for in your HR or Procurement systems
- How to organize your business case based on the “ROGER” method
- What you will need to build a successful business case to gain full visibility into your entire contingent workforce
With acute talent shortages among the top five concerns for CEOs globally, businesses depend on these extended, non-employee workers. But how can you plan and optimize your extended workforce if you don’t even know who or where they are?
The first step to give your company visibility into your non-employee workforce is to implement Resource Tracking. We can help you understand the 5 elements you will need to create a winning business case.
Find out how easy it can be. Download this fact sheet today.