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Diminuez les contournements de votre programme d’embauche de main-d’œuvre temporaire au profit de l’exécution en mode forfaitaire tout en réalisant des économies et en assurant un meilleur contrôle de la conformité.

Conformité à l’énoncé des travaux

Demeurez à l’avant-garde des stratégies de recrutement et de chaîne d’approvisionnement.

Les stratégies de recrutement et de chaîne d’approvisionnement sont en pleine mutation. La pression économique mondiale, combinée aux changements démographiques attribuables à l’innovation technologique, a transformé le mode de recrutement des non-salariés et leur intégration à l’entreprise. L’énoncé des travaux et les services de chaîne d’approvisionnement traditionnels ne sont plus concurrentiels.

Profitez d’une vision globale de toutes vos sources de talents.

En règle générale, plus de 30 % des travailleurs contractuels sont embauchés par l’intermédiaire d’un énoncé des travaux, contrairement aux employés temporaires, si bien qu’une grande partie de l’entreprise ignore l’existence de ces travailleurs.

Quels sont les projets ou les tâches auxquels ils sont affectés? Combien vous coûtent-ils? Sont-ils conformes?

Optimisez vos pratiques en matière d’énoncé des travaux (SOW).

L’organisation de votre programme d’embauche de main-d’œuvre temporaire vous a demandé beaucoup de temps et d’efforts. Malheureusement, vous êtes aux prises avec le contournement des règles de votre programme d’embauche de main-d’œuvre temporaire au profit d’une exécution en mode forfaitaire.

Ce contournement prend la forme d’énoncés des travaux sans livrables, sans risque, et assortis d’un surcoût conséquent par rapport à ce que vous auriez payé si vous aviez acquis les services en question par l’intermédiaire de votre programme.

« Le déploiement d’un programme d’embauche de main-d’œuvre temporaire intégrant les énoncés des travaux représente un défi pour toute entreprise. En travaillant avec Procom, nous avons profité de l’expertise nécessaire pour gérer des changements complexes au sein de notre entreprise et réussir le lancement de notre programme. »

- P.H. -client représentant un fournisseur de services de télécommunication national

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