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What has your MSP done for you lately?

Your extended workforce is constantly changing and your MSP should be keeping up.

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Relentlessly pursue what is possible.

In your program, you should never stop innovating and bringing disruptive processes and technology to keep you in the lead in the battle for talent. Having an MSP that continues to enhance their service offering will give you an advantage in your quest for talent. 

Embrace your extended workforce.

In a perfect world, all of your contingent workers would fit neatly into your program and be governed by the rules that were created a decade ago. Unfortunately, that isn't the case and today's extended workforce takes the shape of time and materials workers, statements of work, freelancers and other flexible forms of engagement. 

Be a leader in the Gig economy.

If you believe the headlines, there are going to be winners and losers in the new world of work. Estimates show that half of today’s S&P 500 firms will be replaced over the next 10 years. How you acquire and manage your non-employee talent will have a direct impact on your organization's success. 

Leverage the power of your talent network.

Whether it be through vendors, pre-identified workers, referrals, silver medalists or your own alumni, there are many roles being played in your organization's talent network.

Having a strategy and a methodology to create access to the talent you need at the time and price you need them is critical. Let us guide your program into the future of work. 

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M.S. - Client from Government Organization

 

Not sure MSP is right for you?

Every program is different and every organization has different needs. Whether you are looking to outsource the management of your extended workforce program or you are interested in running it internally, a great place to start is with a conversation. 

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What is a Managed Services Provider and do I need one?

A Managed Services Provider (MSP) is a critical component to managing contingent or Statement of Work workers. An MSP is an outsourced contingent workforce management solution that will manage the entire talent life cycle of contingent workers from acquisition to payment. A Managed Services Provider (MSP) will incorporate a Vendor Management System (VMS) that will provide companies with complete visibility into the status of each contingent or SOW worker in the organization.

The world of work continues to evolve – quicker than it ever has before since the coronavirus swept across the world– and organizations are increasingly investing in the power of a contingent workforce to become more agile in these disruptive times. As employers everywhere are using more forms of contingent workers in their post coronavirus recovery strategies, it’s likely that your business is also getting on board with the same transformation.

For answers, organizations committed to a more strategic approach to contingent talent monitoring and management are turning to a Managed Services Provider or Managed Service Provider as an effective resource.

If you’re considering investing in a Managed Services Program or are interested in learning how one can help optimize contingent workers to drive your business forward, the following insights will help you make an informed decision.

Contingent Workforce

What are the advantages of a Managed Services Program?

A Managed Services Provider  will help employers gain visibility into their contingent workforce program, mitigate compliance risks associated with engaging contingent workers, while also providing greater access to qualified and highly skilled talent. An MSP allows employers to focus on driving business forward with the right talent at the right time.

With the reverberating effects of the coronavirus pandemic continuing to drive business strategies, employers around the globe are challenged with augmenting their workforces to adapt to an uncertain world of work.

For many business leaders, the solution is to operate a more flexible workforce with contingent workers who can be engaged on contract basis with the ebb and flow of business and service demands. In fact, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) predicts the use of contingent labor among U.S. employers will grow from 22 per cent to 29 per cent by 2026.

However, managing a contingent workforce comes with its own set of unique challenges - many, of which, can be solved by partnering with a trusted Managed Services Provider.

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