HANOVER, Md., December 14, 2021 - Allegis Global Solutions (AGS), the leading provider of global workforce solutions, has released its latest report, “Getting Strategic About the Extended Workforce: A Real-World View from Today’s Procurement Leaders.”
Among the findings of the report, 46% of procurement and business leaders rank “access to quality talent or resources” as their “most challenging” pain point in their contingent workforce strategy. They have trouble filling assignments or engaging the right resources quickly and effectively.
At the same time, only 19% of procurement and business leaders feel their extended workforce approach is aligned with a broad corporate strategy and process. The lack of a firm connection between business strategy and the use of extended workforce resources stands in the way of improving their access to critical talent.
Based on a 2021 survey commissioned by AGS and conducted by WBR Insights, the report explores the challenges associated with agile staffing and extended workforce procurement. The survey included phone interviews with 100 business leaders across the US and Canada, all in executive, director or senior management roles with procurement as part of their focus.
Findings in the report point to a challenging business environment as organizations draw from an increasingly complex mix of permanent employees, contingent workers and services providers. Notable areas of priority and concern include:
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