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delivering talent: significant cost savings and efficiencies Faced with a growing need for contingent workers and a lack of visibility into its talent pool, a global marketer of consumer and commercial products partnered with Randstad Sourceright to implement a new strategy for managing flexible workers. These workers comprise a significant portion of the company's workforce as its operations flex to meet changing, cyclical demands for its goods. To solve this challenge, Randstad Sourceright implemented a managed services program (MSP) to set a foundation for improving workforce effectiveness as the company moves forward in a demanding industry. the success Randstad Sourceright successfully adapted the MSP program to align with a major HR strategy transformation, regional expansion and a company acquisition. The result is a program that delivers maximum value, while always evolving to meet new demands and future needs. Addressing a wide range of challenges — from rationalizing rates and improving supplier engagement, to understanding the right mix of contingent and permanent talent, and addressing key turnover issues — the MSP talent model brings consistency and control to reduce costs and improve talent agility. A relationship that includes the management of $80 million in spend, the total is expected to double following the client's latest acquisition. In the first year of the program, the company achieved savings of 5%, while improving compliance practices, tenure discount savings and temporary-to-permanent conversions. optimization: setting the vision implementation: weathering change © Randstad Sourceright. 2018 human forward. global consumer and commercial products provider boosts workforce agility with MSP.

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