An example of mobility issues arising within your organisation might be a result of employees getting ‘stuck’ in their current role or being declared redundant. In such case, hiring temporary staff offers a solution. Staffing MS offers mobility solutions in the form of temporary hiring requests. We take on the role of your mobility manager and offer support with the entire process involved with a new temporary employee – from request to invoice. First, we will see whether we can use internal personnel. If not, we will move our search externally.
We keep a pool of preferred workers. At the workplace itself, we gauge satisfaction levels of the manager, team and the new employee. We do this in phases: at the start, in the meantime and at the end. This gives you a good overview of your temporary worker.
Advantages of mobility for temporary assignments:
The employee keeps their contract and continues to accrue work experience and a pension.
The employee gains knowledge, experience, social skills and becomes more flexible.
The organisation can deploy its staff optimally, both internally and elsewhere.
The hirer has a candidate with experience of a similar firm and projects.
Combined interim pool
A combined interim pool is an example of external mobility. This is where all the flex-pools of organisations that are subscribed come together. The pool might consist of flexible workers who can, want and are eligible to work for other organisations on a temporary basis. Specialist roles in the fields of project management, ICT and interim management are some common examples. These employees bring value with their expertise and experience. Employees with more generic roles and for whom there is insufficient work may also be included in this interim pool.
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