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Reduce leakage from your contingent worker program to statement of work and establish cost savings and compliance control in the process.
Statement of Work (SOW) Compliance
Talent and supply chain strategies are changing. Global economic pressure, combined with demographic shifts enabled by ever-emerging and changing technologies, has shifted where non-employees are acquired and how they’re integrated into your organization. Traditional SOW/Services supply chain approaches are no longer competitive.
You’ve spent a great deal of time and effort getting your contingent worker program organized, yet an unfortunate result of your hard work that you’re now facing is contingent program leakage to Statement of Work.
This leakage is taking the form of Statements of Work without deliverables, without risk management and at a significant cost premium to what you would otherwise pay had you sourced the services through your contingent program.
Hiring the right person for your role is an important thing to get right. Hiring the wrong person costs you a lot more than time.
Finding and hiring a contract worker doesn’t have to be painful, in fact, it can be easy if you have the right partner to help you. Reach out one of our expert team members to talk about your job requirements and we can help you with everything from building a job description to negotiating a contract.
Whether it’s your first time hiring a contract worker or you need some more information prior to starting the hiring process, we are here to help.
Connect with one of our contract staffing experts with any questions you have. We are always happy to share our insights and the best part is that there is no obligation on your part
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