There is a lot of emphasis on external hiring within the healthcare sector – and hospitals. The contingent workforce has grown, partly as a result of cutbacks and changes in legislation. On the one hand, there is an acute and increasing need for specialist flex workers; on the other, the sustainable future deployment of freelancers appears uncertain. This is cause enough for our clients to turn to a professional external hiring partner.
External hiring is receiving increased focus within education. Cutbacks and scale-ups have created larger and larger educational and cultural institutions. Professionalisation of support staff is taking place at a rapid rate. This requires more and more specialist knowledge in the fields of ICT, HRM and finance. Teachers are being brought in externally, and there is uncertainty around whether this is actually possible, their being self-employed. Staffing MS helps education institutions abide by all relevant legislation surrounding the public procurement act and the DBA (Employment Relationships Deregulation) Act – all while preserving flexibility.
Government is constantly facing huge changes. Those changes place further demands on employees. They also create a need for new expertise. Changing job scopes and a desire for authorities to exchange knowledge between one another creates demand for a sizeable contingent workforce. A key theme is how government organisations, healthcare and education institutions should navigate European procurement rules, whilst remaining flexible by working with preferred candidates and urgent requests.