Weichert Workforce Mobility examines the challenges of reframing talent mobility amidst supply chain constraints, providing insights into the industry roundtable and solutions available through OMNIA Partners, a group purchasing organization (GPO).
For many years, Human Resource professionals have made it a growing priority to manage as much of their hiring processes as possible through a single HR system. Last decade, integrations were a “nice-to-have.” Today, however, integration capabilities are a crucial part of nearly every bid for HR services, and have become a hard requirement in order to do business. Choosing a background screening partner is no exception.
“What is the total average cost of a relocation?”
Weichert Workforce Mobility solution examines the challenges in calculating the absolute costs of moving employees and offers a solution to help estimate the costs for relocation.
We know hiring has changed - probably forever. But why?
We're reminded daily that the way people want to work has taken a dramatic turn. Thanks to more remote work options, the rise of the gig economy and contingent work opportunities, and the after-effects of pandemic-driven disruption, workers across the world have been re-evaluating how, where, and when they want to work. In addition, because many workers have more employment choices than ever before, organizations in all industries and regions have been facing a variety of hiring challenges.
Saving money and reducing risks are basic goals for procurement professionals everywhere. And, by implementing the right payrolling solution, you can accomplish both of these, and then some. But how do you get started? And, how do you know which payrolling program is best for your organization? It starts with understanding the industry challenges, then asking the right questions.
It isn’t uncommon for procurement to have to purchase for several different departments within an organization. It’s hard to be an expert in all of the different product and service offerings available and also fully understand what your stakeholders need to be successful.
Rapidly rising in importance amid the talent shortage is contingent labor, workers that provide services to an organization such as independent contractors, freelancers and temporary staff, and are not on the payroll. Almost every company has contingent workers, and many are increasing the use of non-permanent labor while dedicating more spend to the HR category.
Understanding the basics when it comes to pharmacy benefits management (PBM) can provide insight for procurement managers trying to find cost savings in unfamiliar territory.
Across all fields, the labor shortage is forcing companies to create more attractive ways of getting jobseekers to apply and retaining their current talent. The competition for high-quality employees continues to present challenges for HR and procurement teams. That’s why shifting to a new approach considering candidates' unique upper hand in negotiations can reignite your hiring results.