Organizations are increasingly utilizing a contract talent strategy to solve their workforce needs for a host of reasons, including cost, scalability, flexibility and time to efficiency. But employers usually limit their talent management practices to those same areas, while perhaps overlooking one very important recruiting measure: quality of hire.
This is a tricky metric for talent leaders; it isn't standard or easy to implement, it requires thoughtful planning across siloed business units and nimble execution. But it may be even more critical in contracted talent than in permanent employees. With permanent employees, after all, one may have several years to coax out top performance. This webcast will highlight a concept previously unexplored: how can an organization ensure that contract talent quality meets or exceeds what is needed?