MSP case study: global asset management firm gains contingent workforce visibility and improves compliance

March 6, 2018

With operations across nine countries and serving 18 industries, this global asset management firm relies on a staff of more than 25,000 individuals, including a contingent workforce of temporary workers, to respond to changing business conditions and growing customer demands. Faced with rising costs and an overwhelmed HR department, the company was seeking a more strategic and cost-effective approach to temporary labor engagement.

Read on to find out how a managed services program (MSP), including external contingent workforce management and HR technology expertise, has helped the firm add visibility, minimize compliance risks and save nearly $4M in two years.

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