Your organization needs flexible talent solutions to maintain agility in a highly competitive environment. Whether your HR strategy offers virtual employment options or blends full-time and contract talent, you need to position your workforce to take advantage of the right mix. Discover how you can measure the effectiveness of adaptable solutions and when to take advantage of new work-style trends.
Imagine your organization has done the following…
- Had a key area of your business that had long been underperforming due to a variety of factors.
- Determined that you needed to act immediately to address that key area; let’s call it “Plan A”.
- Did everything in your power to address the specific need and did so in a matter that places all of your future success on the outcome of that investment; Plan A.
- Even further, Plan A is so heavily invested in, your organization barters away possible “Plans B, C and D” to secure success for Plan A.
- Let’s see how this plays out…
Imagine if you had a group of trusted friends and business contacts who could find you the perfect person to fill a crucial position at your company. Better still, imagine if that group could line up a fantastic new hire for your business at minimal cost, with minimal stress. It would mean less reliance on expensive and hit-and-miss traditional job advertising methods, as well as more chance of finding talent which was the right ‘fit’ for your organization.Read more
You’ve read about it everywhere you look: American organizations have fewer full-time W-2 employees than ever before, with fully one-sixth of the workforce being “contingents.” And even more people are being brought into the workforce that way every day. But in reality, if you peel away all the layers of the contingent onion, it’s revealed to be an umbrella term that actually includes an estimated 44 percent of current workers! What should HR be doing?Read more