Strategies to source and hire contingent labor have seen the least technological innovation in the past compared to most other industries. Apart from vendor management systems that connect staffing supplier and the MSPs or the client, no serious innovation has happened in the staffing landscape. But things are gradually changing.
Enterprises need contingent talent quickly when the need arises. After the CW Summit in October 2017, self-sourcing is assumed to be a potential disruptor of the modern day contingent staffing landscape. Despite its promising outlook to save costs, the idea of self-sourcing still awaits to be realized in its holistic form to reap its proposed benefits.
A leader in the semiconductor manufacturing industry found top qualified engineering talent to migrate their product lifecycle management system from legacy system to a modern one.
Top qualified talent for a pharmacovigilance team, one of the hard-to-fill positions, was on-boarded for a leading pharmaceutical company in one of their remote locations.
An automobile giant needed to fill its talent requirements in its production and assembly sites at three challenging locations. Compunnel filled the requirements in a record time through a mix of manual and tech-focused sourcing strategies.
With a new product to bring to market, a leading heavy equipment manufacturer hired a team of R&D, and engineering professionals and beat project completion deadline
With an annual attrition rate of 21% and a skyrocketing training cost, one of the leading office supplies and retail clients on-boarded Compunnel to retain its human capital and meet the growing demands of the market.
Faced with longer time to fill for its hard to find IT positions, one of the leading global financial companies leveraged Compunnel’s tech-focused staffing solutions to hire a proficient team of techies for their mission-critical IT infrastructure management.