blended workforce solutions
Organizations today increasingly align their talent and business strategy by adopting a total talent architecture approach
– outsourcing to a single vendor for a fully integrated workforce solution. Doing so allows the company to hold one entity accountable for all talent acquisition activities and realize the impact of a holistic talent management strategy.
Has your talent acquisition
strategy become hampered by skills scarcity and labor market changes? Are you
seeking guidance on mapping your talent needs to achieve an optimized workforce
consisting of an ideal blend of permanent and temporary workers? Are complex
human capital management challenges affecting your business flexibility and
agility? Organizations today achieve best business outcomes when they embrace a
total talent architecture approach that places the right talent in the right
positions at the right time
with a view on today and also on the future.
As an industry pioneer in
integrated workforce solutions, Randstad Sourceright has leadership experience
managing programs that combine RPO and MSP, supporting clients in their total
talent architecture efforts by bringing together contingent and contractor
engagement, as well as traditional employee hiring. Our blended workforce
solutions help companies rein in costs, increase flexibility and scalability, ensure high-quality hires and achieve business agility –
while bringing visibility, transparency and governance to enterprise-wide talent
Sourceright allows you to turn to a single partner for all your talent
acquisition activities: workforce planning, supply chain management, employer branding, sourcing, talent assessment and identification, hiring processes, reporting, and onboarding. The result is a consistent,
high-touch program customized to your culture, industry, and geographical
footprint. The benefits of an integrated workforce solution include:
Management. An integrated solution helps organizations effectively map talent, achieve
the optimal ratio of permanent and flexible labor, and provides total
visibility and control of talent acquisition across the enterprise. Today the
average company employs 74% permanent employees and 26% flexible labor. What’s
the right balance? We help our clients place the right talent in the right role, reach
the optimal ratio of permanent and flexible labor for their business needs, and
achieve the business outcomes they seek.
- Cost Efficiencies. As standalone
solutions, our RPO and MSP offerings deliver tremendous cost savings, but a
blended workforce solution may result in additional process and supplier
efficiencies, as well as reduced administrative costs.
Enhancement. With greater visibility comes better governance. By providing our
clients with on-demand 360-degree views of processes, suppliers, and spend,
they can better ensure program compliance. Operating under a single governance
framework also means consistency of process across locations and geographies.
to Best Practices.
Randstad Sourceright continuously invests in its people, processes, and systems.
Our global footprint provides the framework for sharing best practices from around
the world and across many industries. Each of our subject matter experts possess
many years of experience from their tenure at Randstad Sourceright, as former
client practitioners, and from work at other respected firms. That means the
advice they deliver to our clients is deep, results-focused and well-rounded.
the business impact you can expect
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case study: Société Générale
"People are fundamental to our business success so it was crucial to partner with an organisation that was able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of our business and be culturally aligned."
what our clients say
“Our aim as a business is to bring on board and retain the best possible talent and we believe that partnering with Randstad Sourceright, and the innovative recruitment solutions that we are working on together will continue to help us achieve that,”
-- Debbie Griffin, Managing Director Human Resources