Why consolidating your staffing partners could payoff long term

April 3, 2020 Casey Nighbor

Are you currently using more than one staffing provider? Did you know that consolidating to a single staffing company can help you in the long run? Learn the benefits of a single provider.

Cost savings in the long term

It starts with your bottom line. When you work with a whole group of different suppliers, the cost for each company could be too small to drive significant price breaks.

However, when you partner with one staffing supplier, not only could your larger orders command savings, but they’ll also enable you to hold your partner accountable for delivering higher ROI to your staffing program.

More efficient and consistent

Additionally, consolidating to one staffing supplier ensures consistency. With a single staffing supplier, you know that everyone in your contingent workforce is held to the same standards and has access to the same support.

Reporting for your contingent workforce is already rolled up and easy to review. When you have a single point of contact and centralized invoicing for your staffing program, you’re free to turn your attention to tasks where you can add further value for your company.

Better safety and compliance standards

One staffing company means that your safety program and compliance standards are consistent throughout your entire workforce. You will never have to worry that one provider’s standards are lower than another and if something needs improvement, you have one partner to find a solution.

A single partner can create a custom safety program for your operation that ensures safe work habits. They can also help you navigate compliance regulations and protect your brand from risk.

Interested in learning more about what consolidating staffing providers would look like? Contact Staff Management | SMX to learn more about our onsite staffing program and what we can do for your business.

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About Casey: Content marketing manager, frequently reading, aspiring chef, failed plant mom, connoisseur of tater tots, beauty products and airplane food.

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