The employment situation is in a constant state of flux and an uncertain economy will only render it ten times more unpredictable. Not everyone is equipped to deal with the vagaries of the job market with confidence. While some companies may have a very competent approach to talent management, whether permanent or contingent, many fall into a category in between.
Should you manage your program internally or engage an external Managed Services Provider (MSP)? This question has no real answer, as it would entirely depend upon your needs and expectations. So, let us look at what an external MSP offers against an internally managed program.
When adopting a contingent workforce management program with the assistance of an external partner, businesses find that they need to undertake an in-depth examination into their current talent management processes and non-employee usage to embrace true, sustainable operational improvements and benefit from the resultant savings. An external MSP will find it easier to develop an effective plan to reach these goals if the company takes the trouble to involve the key stakeholders, leaders and executives in the process to identify and articulate the goals of their program.
Among other things,
When considering an internally managed program, consider the following:
This is an issue which offers no right or wrong answer and you will have to decide what you think will work best for you. Please do write in and share your experiences with us about what prompted you to choose one way or the other.
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