temporary employment on the increase
Temporary employment is becoming increasingly relevant in the current employment market. Whether this is due to uncertain economic times or the trend that an increasing number of people are choosing to be self-employed, it is a fact that many companies have to adopt a more flexible approach to the employment of temporary staff. This is an easy way to expand capacity temporarily without the administrative hassle and risks associated with the employer’s own permanent staff. It is estimated that in a few years’ time, 40% of an employer’s workforce will, consist of temporary staff.
no distinction between permanent and temporary staff
Whether you hire students for a holiday vacancy or senior temporary staff for 6 months – it is important to achieve positive operating contributions across the entire workworce . Temporary staff are members of the same teams that work with the same dedication on the same projects and drink the same coffee at the same conference tables as permanent staff. “Temporary” equates in some cases to an employment contract spanning a number of years.
temporary employment module
Even though temporary vacancies are often filled via special agencies, the recruitment process—and the result—are essentially no different. The way in which recruitment is carried out via various processes and systems is not just unnecessarily expensive, but also loses its overall strategic perspective. With the Peoplexs temporary employment module, it is possible to see how many vacancies are available with a simple press of the button, regardless of whether they are temporary or permanent positions. It is possible to check in an instant whether any of the candidates already have a history within the company and to which other vacancies they have responded. Vacancies are set out via regular channels or agencies and temporary contracts can be drawn up directly in the system. These are just a few examples of data matching that make the recruitment process more efficient.
|Peoplexs has developed the temporary employment module in collaboration with ProRail. ProRail wanted to process permanent and temporary vacancies in a single system, so the idea quickly came about to co-create an additional module. Thanks to this co-created solution, ProRail could let go of its department for the employment of temporary staff.|
|centralised communication with suppliers via portal|
|communication of documents via portal|
|quality of forwarded candidates monitored|
|suppliers grouped according to specialism/specialist field|
|contracts generated automatically|
|various notifications, such as when contracts are about to expire|