Contingent Workforce and Human Capital Strategy
An increasingly important component of most organizations’ human capital strategy is a well-conceived contingent workforce plan. An organization should incorporate standard processes to manage all of their human capital (including full-time employees, temporary workers, and project-based workers), gain spend visibility, and ensure compliance with business rules and labor laws. Doing so helps avoid increased labor costs, fluctuating resource quality and costly compliance/legal risks.
VCG’s Human Capital Strategy services help an organization better understand and align the unique workforce needs of its various departments and groups. Either independently or as part of a managed services program implementation, VCG’s experienced consultants partner with client stakeholders to map existing processes and identify opportunities for streamlining how human capital is sourced, acquired and managed.
The human capital strategy portion of VCG’s MSP solution examines such key strategic considerations as:
- Sourcing Model Selection
- Global Labor Market Analysis & Strategy
- Vendor Management System Selection
- Diversity Initiatives and Goals
Initial human capital strategy activity also introduces VCG’s award-winning business intelligence (BI) practice to customers, identifying how and where BI analytics can inform decision-making in pursuit of continuous, ongoing cost, quality and performance benefits as the program matures.