The new Contingent Labor Management research study, set for publication at the end of this month, continues the revolutionary discussions of last year’s benchmark report. The notion of the modern contingent labor umbrella, which includes SOW-based projects / services and independent contractors in addition to “classic” temporary labor, has forced companies across the globe to look to fresh strategies and approaches for both driving quality within their contingent workforce programs and ensuring that their SOW-based projects and services meet and exceed corporate expectations.
Aberdeen has peered into the Best-in-Class contingent workforce program and will divulge their strategies for success in the new Contingent Labor Management study. Top-performing companies are more likely than all other organizations to leverage unique tactics for efficiently-managing the attributes inherent in the modern contingent labor umbrella.
Companies who are struggling with compliance, quality, effectiveness and cost-related initiatives within their contingent workforce programs must follow the Best-in-Class lead to generate contingent labor efficiencies. Best-in-Class companies are:
- 67% more likely than all other companies to standardize SOW management processes
- 60% more likely to maintain real-time visibility into all subsets of contingent labor management, and;
- 41% more likely than all other organizations to collaboratively share information regarding SOW-based projects / services and independent contractors between key stakeholders.
The new Contingent Labor Management research study publishes in less than two weeks. Additional early findings will be unveiled later in the week.