An Opportunity to make savings
As the recession draws to a close and the debate on climate change is revived, UK businesses embark on projects to control and streamline internal operations as a means of recovery and efficiency-driving. Their supply of temporary agency labour is no exception. Indeed, it is one of the chief, so-called "back-office functions" targeted throughout the recession as one of the few areas with massive saving potential.
The fact that spend on temporary agency workers has rocketed among businesses looking to "staff up" in preparation for an upturn, means there has never been a better time to gain control over supply arrangements. Matthew Sanders, Chief Executive of de Poel, explains how managing temporary agency labour spend, all depends on a simple three-part regulation process.