Raleen Gagnon | February 24 2023 |
Why Redeployment? Simply, it allows for the mitigation of the impacts of existing length-of-stay policies. Rather than extending a current worker engagement under the same manager, redeployment allows companies to retain key talent within their organization while still gaining the benefits of their existing length of stay policies.
By engaging existing workers under a new manager, a new job title, a new location, a new department, or a combination of all the above, the redeployed workers will be undertaking tasks that are meaningfully different from their current assignments. This allows companies to avoid talent migration while still effectively providing risk avoidance.
In today’s current talent shortage climate, staffing agencies are also willing to offer reduced markups which will drive cost savings in order to keep an existing worker on assignments anywhere, rather than have that worker off assignment and no longer adding value to the organization. Clients that utilize redeployment strategies are effectively taking advantage of the benefits of these lower mark ups and other cost reduction solutions. Quality, talent, cost savings are the key pillars of redeployment.
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