Full end-to-end management
Are you an employer looking for the right staff in order to help further the growth of your business? Look no further, we are here to help.
We’ll also manage a full TUPE transfer of any existing workforce whist ensuring productivity on-site is maintained.
As standard, Multistaff’s on-site managed services will become an extension of your business, acting as recruitment partners who help drive and maintain productivity whilst reducing operational costs.
We bring years of expertise in managing a diverse workforce that can help your organisation achieve its goals effectively. Our dedicated management team will help with employee retention, payroll, health and safety and compliance whilst protecting your brand and allowing your team to focus on business growth.
Multistaff Onsite Managed Services
Our unique team combines over 100 years of experience, all our sector knowledge enables us to assist you in your search for that new career whilst uniting people and business.
1. Key Performance Indicator
KPI Real Time Reports. – Identify/ Manage/ Improve
2. Auriga App
Gio Location Tracking
3. Epsilon Management Portal
Live Workforce Management
4. Onsite Workforce Management
24/7 Onsite Presence
Onboarding/ Induction/ Integration / Retention
5. Master Vendor Solutions
Secondary Tiered Support
One invoice/ One Contact
6. Service Level Agreement
Bespoke Tailored SLAs
Working Time Directive
Employment Agency Standards
8. Health and Safety
Risk Assessments RIDDOR
Personal Protective Equipment
Frequently asked questions
A contingent, or casual, worker is an individual who provides their services to an organisation on a temporary or project-specific basis. They are not considered employees of the organisation and are not entitled to employee benefits such as sick leave, paid holidays, or healthcare.
Contingent workers are hired for a specific period, often to complete a specific project or task, and may work on-site or remotely. They may be skilled professionals, such as software developers or graphic designers, or they may perform manual labour, such as construction or maintenance work.
Managed services refer to outsourcing specific business functions, such as timesheet management, HR or payroll management to a third-party provider. The provider is responsible for managing and delivering the service, and the client pays for the service on a recurring basis. Managed services are often used to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and provide access to specialised expertise.
On the other hand, RPO is a type of outsourcing that specifically focuses on recruitment and hiring. RPO providers take on the entire recruitment process, from sourcing candidates to onboarding - for a fee. This can include activities such as job postings, candidate screening and assessment, and interview scheduling. RPO is often used by companies that have a high volume of hires or struggle to find qualified candidates.
The main difference between onsite managed services and RPO is their focus. Onsite managed services are broader and encompass a range of business functions, while RPO is specifically focused on recruitment and hiring. Additionally, onsite managed services are delivered on-site at the client's premises, while RPO can be delivered remotely.
Managed services are a type of outsourcing that allows businesses to delegate certain tasks or functions to a third-party provider. This can lead to cost savings in several ways.
- Managed services providers (MSPs) typically have expertise in the services they provide. This means they can perform tasks more efficiently and effectively than if the business were to perform them in-house, whilst saving on having to employ someone on payroll for the work.
- Managed services providers often use technology and tools that are not available to businesses in-house. This can help to improve productivity and reduce costs.
- MSPs provide services on a regular basis, often at a fixed cost. This allows businesses to manage their budgets better and avoid unexpected costs that may arise from managing the services in-house.
Managed Services can enhance how current contractors, suppliers and temporary staff work within the business. If there is an onsite managed service provider willing to take on the recruitment of all of the above, it can make the life of both the employer and employee much easier.
Managed service providers can handle the health and safety, compliance and management aspects of the workforce. This means that they will focus on the staff they are working with, often offering better working conditions - or benefits - than the temporary staffing agency previously did.
Multistaff can provide managed services for:
- Office staff
- Warehouse and distribution
- Food production
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