Contingent worker managed service solutions have been in existence for over 20 years.
Visibility, control, standardisation of supply chains, and improved rates through the aggregation of spend have bought significant and long-lasting benefits to organisations.
In second and third generation models, the focus shifted to incorporate management of contractor risk - both employment and IR35, standardisation of rate cards, and wider procurement initiatives such as environment social and governance (ESG).
However, pricing at a sustainable level and savings remain critical components on the procurement agenda. So how do you continue to make savings on non-permanent labour?
Our panel of expert speakers – Managing Consultant at Consultancy+ Ailsa Hegarty; Principal Consultant at Proxima Christine Morton; Operations Director at Evolving Solutions Jamie O'Connor explored how cost savings can be delivered in mature contingent resource programmes.
During the event, they discussed:
Identifying and classifying current non-permanent provision that could be delivered via a managed service programme
How a services procurement programme can be adopted to manage risk and value when being delivered via a statement of work and consultancy interventions
Ailsa Hegarty, Managing Consultant, Consultancy+
Ailsa Hegarty offers a very unique blend of resourcing, procurement and consultancy expertise.
Having worked across the outsourcing and talent industry for over 20 years and specifically focused within the consultancy and procurement space for the last four years, Ailsa is an expert in the delivery and oversight of complex people, consultancy and outsourcing programmes as well as providing expertise across managed service programmes and recruitment process outsourcing.
Christine Morton, Principal Consultant, Proxima
Christine is a senior procurement leader with over 20 years’ experience helping organisations manage the different ways talent can be acquired to match overall workforce planning goals.
Her career has spanned procurement, category management, and contract management, specialising in HR and contingent labour.
Jamie O'Connor, Operations Director, Evolving Solutions
Jamie works at Evolving Solutions Consulting, supporting procurement, contract manages and advising two of the largest collaborations for contingent labour contracts, the London Collaboration (20 London Boroughs) and the GLA Collaboration (TfL, Met Police, CTPHQ, MOPAC, British Transport Police, GLA and London Fire Brigade).
Jamie has also worked with several local authorities in supporting their contingent labour procurement process.