About 40% of organizations fail to adequately onboard and integrate newly hired independent workers, according to research by industry analyst, Josh Bersin. And it’s not like businesses don’t have processes for their onboarding that they can borrow from employee onboarding. Tools such as organizational charts, company mission statements, and other handbooks are usually available, but speed is prioritized over worker satisfaction.
Workers will soon be returning to the office in many geographies, but it won’t quite be the same as before. Without a vaccine, employers need to take new health and safety measures that protect the well-being of all their workers, both employees and external workers.
Everyone and their mother has done a webinar on how to respond to COVID-19. Some of the suggested strategies for organizations with extended workforces are great, a few of the strategies are obvious, and many of the strategies are short-sighted.
Statement of Work (SOW) management is considered the next frontier for contingent workforce (CW) programs. Third-party consulting firms or professional services can be a large source of external workers for a business, but many companies have not integrated them into their traditional CW program management yet.
Christopher Dwyer, Vice President of Research at Ardent Partners, invited Erika Novak, Head of Client Services at Utmost, to his podcast, “Contingent Workforce Weekly” to discuss the evolving world of work, the viability of total workforce management, and how the Utmost platform promotes total talent visibility.
It just got easier to gain full visibility and control of your organization’s contingent workforce with the latest release of Utmost, an extended workforce management system. The newest updates also continue to help users enforce HR compliance and prevent security incidents.