Demand in the temporary labor force for third quarter 2018 has increased 3.4% as compared to the same period last year, according to a report from The Palmer Forecast. The number of temporary and independent workers continues to rise in the U.S. as more job seekers look for flexible opportunities. Is your company currently able to efficiently recruit and manage these workers?
This week’s blog post comes from a staffing industry veteran, workforce management aficionado, and all around great guy. He’s awfully funny too. Thank you, Linden, for the insight, wisdom, and good humor. If you’ve ever wondered how just beneficial a VMS platform might be, now is your chance to learn how a technology pro keeps the Human in Human Capital in a simple, smart, and scalable way.
The Swing and the Follow Through
Most staffing industry professionals and players in the contingent workforce space are familiar with technologies commonly referred to as ATS and VMS. Along with MSPs, these acronyms are common if not integral components of day to day candidate and workforce management. While there are some similarities in functionality, do you know the major differences between these two key systems? If successful candidate recruitment and workforce management is a priority to your business, it’s important that you have a clear understanding of how each system may benefit your process.
Our philosophy at Impact Workforce Technology is to put VMS technology in the hands of staffing companies, where it belongs!
Impact Workforce Technology has developed a Predictive Analytics Dashboard within Clarity VMS. With the ability to manage contingent workforce Procurement, Performance and Payment KPI's real-time, IWT Distribution clients will vastly improve performance and efficiencies for their end clients. Reports tell you what happened - Clarity VMS's Predictive Analytics Dashboard tells you when it is happening so corrective action can be taken!