Planning your contingent workforce needs including skill sets.
Identifying roles and developing job descriptions.
Identifying sources of job candidates.
Developing shortlists of candidates.
Candidate selection including interviewing and background checks.
The process of welcoming contributors and providing them with everything they need to be productive.
The creation and management of workforce schedules such as shifts.
Setting goals, providing feedback, monitoring and evaluating performance.
Providing human resources services for contingent workforce members such as the ability to lodge a complaint.
Workforce related compliance such as labor laws, taxes and work authorization requirements.
Invoices & Payments
Validating and paying invoices from agencies, freelancers and vendors.
Renewals & Extensions
Renewals, extensions and the process of potentially hiring temporary employees, contractors or freelancers.
Talent Pool Management
Developing a pool of qualified contingent workers to meet future and seasonal needs.
Managing the exit process for contingent workers.
Reporting the cost, performance and utilization of contingent workers.
Managing relationships with agencies, vendors and freelancers.
|Overview: Contingent Workforce Management|
Human Resource Management
The practice of managing an organization's contingent workforce.