Multiple suppliers, non-compliance, poor rate card transparency, inconsistent contingent worker and permanent hiring experience and varying levels of hiring manager satisfaction – these are common reasons many large corporations turn to MSP to improve visibility and control of their workforce.
For all these reasons a leading utility organisation looking for better control and cost savings turned to Pertemps to provide a full hybrid MSP including Master vend, RPO and modular bolt on services.
Pertemps provide our enhanced Managed Service Provision (MSP) which includes dedicated contingent worker and permanent hire sourcing via delivery teams in multiple locations, Contractor Management, pre-employment screening, strategic support for EVP and branding – all supported by our Vendor Management and Applicant Tracking System PAWS.
With our fully embedded and engaged team and full employee lifecycle management responsibilities we have increased direct hire to over 90%.
Overseeing direct sourcing, third party supplier management, compliance, delivery and management of the technology, on-boarding, induction, payroll and off boarding, we delivered them annual savings of 7.5% of spend under management, despite a increases in contingent headcount, as well as delivering benefits such as administering contract compliance.
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