The Ultimate Guide to Managed Service Programs

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It doesn’t matter if you’re on the cover of Forbes or you’re just a flip away from the funny pages—if your business depends on a large contingent workforce, you can benefit from a managed service program (MSP). Why? More freelancers, independent contractors, and temporary employees are populating the workplace than ever before. And as the talent landscape changes, savvy business leaders are relying on MSPs to keep their workforces engaged and effective.

In our latest infographic, we’re giving you the steps to find success with your own MSP. Here’s a sneak peek at some eye-opening facts and figures to get started.

86% of best-in-class organizations use MSPs.
Are you missing out? Over the next decade, your contingent workforce is expected to grow substantially. An effective MSP will help you source candidates, consolidate invoicing, and manage contracts—among other high-level tasks. If you want to reap the benefits of reduced costs, streamlined workflows, and increased productivity, you’ll need to find the right partner to deliver your MSP.

What are the top 5 characteristics of a high-quality MSP?

  1. Customizable – Choose an MSP that fits your needs
  2. Consultative – Bridge the gap between contingent workers and in-house admin
  3. Data-Driven Results – Track progress and use data to improve processes
  4. Download the infographic to find out
  5. Download the infographic to find out

Yes, MSPs will always bring value to organizations with a heavy contingent workforce. But they become even more powerful when they’re rolled into a total talent management solution (TTM), which will shape the way you manage your workforce for years to come.

When it comes to workforce management, there’s plenty more to talk about. For more about MSPs, TTM, and other workplace management solutions, contact us today!

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