Flexible working is on the increase across all sectors. More and more we're seeing organisations choose to engage with a contingent workforce, whether that's in the form of contractors, whether that's in the form of self-employed workers or even agency workers in some cases. Automation, A.I. and technology is really accelerating the pace of change by offering a more open and innovative way in which organisations and workers can come together and work flexibly.
Organisations are also now choosing to embrace the use of flexible workers to cope with the current changes in the nature of demand for talent and skills as they respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its impact on their business. While this approach brings with it multiple benefits, it also presents a number of practical challenges.
Manage the contracting process for specific engagements quickly and easily.
Avoid overspending and manage IR35 withholding rules.
Makes it simple to submit time sheets and get paid quickly.
Embracing a flexible workforce allows organisations to be agile and respond quickly to fluctuations in demand for talent and skills, and adapt to new ways of working.
The hub is a unique tool which enables organisations to engage with flexible workers in real time, from any location on any internet enabled device while centrally handling compliance needs.
Organisations can benefit from:
Flexible Workforce Hub currently supports a number of NHS Trusts to find suitably qualified healthcare professionals. It keeps Trusts on top of changing regulations and crucially gives staff peace of mind, with easy-to-submit timesheets meaning quick payment. It is a shining example of how flexibility can work for both employer and employee when it is structured and managed in the right way.
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