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With the rise of the contingent workforce as a viable staffing strategy, you have to deal with a brand new challenge – management. While contingent workforce management is similar to managing your full-time staff, it is unique in many ways. Namely, your staff could be all over the world. The key to making this type of staffing work well for your business is learning how to manage them effectively. Make Communication Easy With only 42% of businesses still being mainly salaried employees, it’s easy to see the increasing popularity of alternative work arrangements, including contingent. The easiest way to better manage this changing workforce is by improving communication. Whether these employees work inside your business or remotely, you need a centralized way for everyone to communicate. Using collaboration tools ensures your salaried staff and contingent staff communicate with each other. This also allows management to keep track of all communications and productivity. Another communication issue to keep in mind is having regular meetings with your contingent staff. This allows you to stay on top of what’s going on, listen to any issues they may be having and address any problems. Study Performance Just because a contingent workforce helps you fill staffing gaps, it doesn’t mean you don’t need to monitor their performance. They may be skilled, but you can still have the same issues as you would with any other employee. This means you need to consistently track performance to ensure they’re living up to your business’s expectations. Study the performance of your entire workforce to see where your strengths and weaknesses lie. You may find you need more, fewer or simply replacements to fully supplement your current full-time staff. Putting together the right team […]
Despite hiring challenges in many industries, you hear the most about IT staffing challenges. With technology being so crucial to a business, finding the best IT talent is more competitive than ever before. While more people are entering into IT-related education programs, the overabundance of available jobs means applicants have the option to be pickier in who they choose to work for. Overcoming these challenges isn’t always as difficult as they seem at first. The most important thing is to cater your staffing practices to your talent’s needs. 1. Use Your Company’s Culture in Attracting Top Talent When it comes to IT, you want and need the best talent. After all, the right IT talent gives your business a competitive edge. IT, in general, is a competitive industry. 72% of employees would consider a pay cut to work at their ideal job. A few of the top things tech experts want most include: Using current and cutting edge tech (shows room for growth) Offer more flexible work options, such as remote work Flat structure creates closer employee relationships Foster individuality Take the time to understand what the best talent are looking for in a work culture. The better work culture you create, the better your business looks, even if you’re a growing business that can’t possibly offer the salaries of giants like Facebook or Amazon. 2. Retaining Talent Attracting talent is just half of the battle. Retaining talent is one of the top IT staffing challenges. Other businesses are eager to take away your best employees for a competitive edge. The key is to focus on engagement, but not overwhelm employees. Employee burnout is all too common, especially in tech. One study found that over 57% […]