Internally Managed Program

When an organisation has better understanding of its contingent workforce requirements, goals such as centralisation of the hiring process, leveraging of supplier services at competitive rates, guarantees for 100% realisation and compliance become high priorities. How far does the strategic roadmap reach when it comes to managing external workers? What are the current and future talent requirements within the organisation?

Once centralised control is established, there is an immediate need for a system that offers support to deal with current and future challenges. A VMS is especially suitable for organisations that already have an Internally Managed Program or want to establish one.

Convert hiring volume into purchasing advantage

At times, dozens (and even hundreds) of suppliers are used for all hiring. In situations where this does not concern shortage positions, this is not an efficient strategy. The VMS enables strategic supplier management by making the best-performing suppliers clearly visible, therefore determining which supplier you must negotiate with. Agreements with a (more) limited number of preferred suppliers will eventually lead to guaranteed purchasing advantage.

Ensuring compliance

Compliance is one of the most important drivers for a professional hiring process.  An Internally Managed Program will enable 100% compliant engagements to be set up with candidates from different suppliers as well as independent contractors.

Rehiring qualified resources

During the job requisition process a VMS can be used to search among talent that has been hired before. The job requisition can be matched to candidates that you are already familiar with. These candidates have added value as they do not need as much time before they fulfil their potential.

Process optimisation

Do you want to know where the process stagnates and where it can be improved? By utilising the VMS for all steps of the hiring process, full visibility of the process is established. Thanks to the 24/7 real-time available management information and automatic alerts issued for ‘underperformance’, a continuous improvement process can be developed.