Temporary labor management by an in-house interim agency

If your industrial activity requires the regular use of temporary workers, having an in-house interim agency can be a wise choice…

Indeed, by his regular presence on the site, the consultant of the temporary employment agency “in house” masters perfectly the internal codes of your company.

He also knows your employees in detail as well as the habits and working methods of the teams in place. This makes it possible to be very reactive and to be able to quickly propose profiles that will fit more easily into the existing organization.

By working more closely with the Human Resources department, the in-house consultant knows exactly when certain positions will need to be filled and in which department. This allows for a high level of reactivity, enabling the search process for suitable employees to be started quickly.

But the advantages do not stop at the administrative organization of the site.

In an industrial environment, it is also important for the in-house consultant to know your production schedules and to be able to quickly anticipate busy periods such as production seasonality or even annual leave periods.

Finally, the temporary employment agency ” in house ” will also make it easier to retain the candidates proposed and to reduce the turnover in favor of a team of temporary workers trained and familiar with your organization.

And what about PeopleForce in this context?

Well, just as for the Human Resources department or the Management Control department, PeopleForce, Synthetis’ software solution for the automatic assignment of shift personnel, also responds to the optimized management of temporary staff. And all this within a single planning tool.

With PeopleForce, you have an exploitable history of previous engagements and assignments of temporary staff, as well as training and skills acquired, which allows you to justify the choice of re-engagement.  The use of seasonal staff, repeated from year to year, has the advantage of limiting the training load, especially for qualified positions, and of avoiding interruptions of missions in order to increase the loyalty of the temporary staff!

PeopleForce will also allow you to anticipate requests for vacation periods requiring the use of temporary staff or students. A more optimized management of the periods of simultaneous leaves allows to keep the minimum of competences and to limit the loss of output.

Finally, an accurate simulation makes it possible to calculate the sufficient volume of manpower to ensure production. This makes it possible to hire temporary workers at the right time, avoiding overstaffing in anticipation of increased workloads and rationalizing training.

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