Leveraging a Total Talent Strategy

With the proportion of external employees on the rise, companies should take a new approach to contingent workforce management. Discover the benefits and best practices of doing so.

HR and business leaders are rapidly trying to plan and optimize their workforce, but they currently lack visibility over a growing segment: contingent workers. Ready to take advantage of a total talent strategy?

Explore the benefits of a new approach to CWM

From significant cost savings to increased engagement with top talent, there are many advantages to be enjoyed.

Win the war for talent

Sharing your values and a glimpse into company culture in an authentic and engaging way gives you a competitive advantage in attracting top talent.

Drive cross-team collaboration

With the right technology, you can meet the needs of all stakeholders. Learn how to design processes that encourage teamwork.

Learn how to improve ROI

Adopting a centralized approach to CWM gives you access to real-time talent rate and cost data. Use it to iterate until your program delivers on expectations.

See best practices in action

Clients such as Deloitte have leveraged our award-winning Avature CWM to deliver astonishing results. Discover how you can too.

of today’s total global workforce is comprised of non-employee talent

is spent in contingent labor worldwide, a figure that is predicted to explode to a nearly trillion-dollar market over the next decade

of their procurement budget is spent on contingent workers, according to several large organizations.

Avature is intuitive and flexible - pretty much anything can be changed. We’re growing fast; we’re expanding to new business areas and this requires speed and flexibility. The technology is there to make it possible.

Ben Ryrie

Digital Innovation Manager at Deloitte