For most businesses, human capital is both the organization’s most important asset and its largest single operating expense. It is also a concern for executives who fear they do not have, and cannot acquire, the right mix of top-tier talent to compete and succeed.Innovative human resources and procurement teams are responding to this challenge by creating a new kind of workforce, using a mix of internal and external resources. The result is an agile workforce that can respond to market challenges and anticipate business opportunities.
At Beeline, client service isn’t just about helping you use our vendor management system (VMS) technology. It’s also about empowering you to create a stronger, more strategic contingent workforce management program overall. We help you achieve this by partnering with you in various ways throughout the lifecycle of your program.
Our CRMs have gained their expertise by implementing and operating a variety of extended workforce programs and through constant contact with the world’s deepest team of contingent workforce professionals. Your CRM is responsible for sharing that extensive first-hand knowledge with you, so that you can take advantage of industry best practices in your program.
Increasing the value your program brings to your organization is a goal we share. Your CRM will help you ensure that as you grow, your program strategy is clear, and all your program activities, including the use of your VMS, are aligned. Your program’s maturity and success are important priorities for us.
With our CRM working as your partner, you can be confident of delivering the best-in-class extended workforce management program your organization needs and deserves.
Working closely with you and your program team, your CRM will assess your non-employee workforce program at key junctures as it matures. This helps you identify opportunities for growth as well as opportunities to reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and better enforce policies—increasing the overall value of your program. Some of the questions to be asked and answered will be.
Contingent workforce management programs do not make an instant leap from an idea to a fully-fledged global institution that turns its non-employee workforce into a competitive differentiator for the company. They often begin as informal and decentralized solutions to specific problems and grow from there.
By the time a company is ready for a centralized, strategic program, it may have demonstrated its value on a limited, local basis and learned – possibly by trial and error – that a systematic, consistent approach to the management of non-employee workers can reduce costs, improve efficiency, mitigate risk, and deliver the vital skills required to achieve specific outcomes.
But if a company wants a program that delivers global workforce visibility, is tightly managed and controlled, and is capable of optimizing a workforce mix of all categories of contingent labor – temp workers, freelancers, statement of work contractors, consultants, and more – it will either need to mature on its own or lean on professionals who have greater depth and breadth of industry experience – like your Beeline CRM.
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