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Reasons to use a Contingent Workforce
A contingent workforce gives you the ability to scale your business and fill spots faster than any other model. And as the saying goes: time is money.
There are substantial cost savings associated with a contingent workforce- especially when working with a great workforce solutions partner. Savings are often experienced in four core areas: Benefits, Recruiting, Marketing and Human Resources.
Large Firms Estimate 30% of their procurement spend goes toward contingent workers. Contingent workers (i.e. non-employees) are increasingly being used to help companies fill skills gaps, increase operational flexibility and strategically extend capabilities.
ENSURE THE RIGHT FIT
A contracted employee gives you the flexibility to ensure that they are the right solution for your team’s long-term health. All too often, employers find themselves in unwelcome circumstances surrounding a variety of topics regarding employment issues or benefits challenges when they hire incorrectly.
When companies are hiring for internal positions, many passive job seekers fly completely under the radar. The reason is that they aren’t active on job boards or applying for jobs through websites. Most have large networks that they rely on for new job opportunities. In fact, 73% of candidates are passive job seekers meaning they aren’t actively looking.
NEED FOR SHORT-TERM OR PROJECT-BASED STAFF
If you are only needing certain positions for a certain project or are unsure on the long-term need, a contract employee is a great way to fill this need. Many of our employees work for the construction phase of projects until they are completed.