Direct selling giant uses contingent workers to navigate pandemic
December 4, 2020
As a manufacturer and distributor of nutrition, beauty, personal care, and home products sold in 100 countries, this Beeline client relies on itscontingent workforceto respond quickly to fluctuations in demand.
When its global operations were disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic in early 2020, the professional services and temporary labor program team had urgent crisis response and workforce stabilization responsibilities.
Learn how they kept manufacturing and distribution systems running in the face of absenteeism and illness
Read how they worked with contractors to manage costs for downsized or suspended service projects
Understand how Beeline’s consolidated invoicing reduced overall invoice processing by up to 90 percent
Reacting to the coronavirus pandemic with a combination of remote and on-site work, this Beeline client has not only survived, but grown stronger. Through its response to the emergency, the client has proved that remote work can be performed and managed with a high level of effectiveness, and technology can simplify operations and create cost savings.