The Employed Consultant Model plugs the gap between contingent and permanent workforce solutions. Its primary objective is to reduce costs, whilst ensuring a highly skilled and effective temporary workforce structure is maintained within your organisation.
Benefits of an Employed Consultant:
- Our model can reduce contingent resource costs by up to 20% when compared to a contractor resource
- Highly skilled, experienced resource, incentivised via an annual performance related bonus, this also helps with retention reducing contractor churn
- All HR and contract management burden removed as well as co-employment and AWR risks
- Training and development can be tailored to meet your current and future needs as we assist in reducing any skills gaps
- Rigorous 3 stage assessment process means you get the best possible resource in the market place. The assessment process can also be tailored to your specific requests
- An opportunity for you to assess our consultants with a view to hiring them on a permanent basis (after a minimum assignment length)
- Rates remain static for a minimum period of 12 months allowing you to forecast and budget appropriately
Why your organisation needs these services?
- If you have headcount restrictions, you can engage our consultants via a Statement of Work (SOW) or consultancy agreement
- You have a mandate to reduce costs, but want to maintain headcount levels and receive a quality service from both your supplier and resources
- You do not have the time or resource available to recruit for your organisation but want a thorough screening process
- You want a resource that can grow with your organisation and be trained and developed to fill future skills gaps within your organisation
- You want a contingent workforce which is incentivised to increase productivity
When to use an Employed Consultant
- Conversion: Converting your existing contractor population to an Employed Consultant Workforce will help you achieve the cost savings you need whilst retaining the talent you already have on site
- Replacement: Replacing your existing contractors with an Employed Consultant will help you achieve cost savings whilst introducing a fresh approach to your business
- New hire: Engaging an Employed Consultant as a new hire will allow your business to achieve a cost saving from day one
- Consultant retention: The skills are required now but the headcount is not approved, so the flexibility to transition your consultants to your own payroll is a desirable future outcome.
For more information about this model and how it can benefit your organisation please contact Adrian Godding at email@example.com or on 07808 016314.
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