How to Quickly Get Started With Direct Sourcing
The most significant barrier to implementing direct sourcing is the lack of practical steps and information on this relatively recent innovation. For most organizations, the work and expense required to build a direct sourcing strategy for contract hiring is not sustainable. That is unless your organization already has talent pooling systems and staff in place for your permanent hiring.
A trend we have noticed: small to mid-sized staffing companies increasing creativity and outmaneuvering the big firms.
“We have an imperative to be agile, innovative, and provide breakthrough results, or else we can’t beat our larger competitors,” says Edwin Jansen. Edwin is Head of Corporate Development for the Ian Martin Group, a staffing provider with a fully managed direct sourcing offering. They are experiencing increased demand.
They are an example of what smaller staffing firms are doing. Quickly bundling together direct sourcing technology, payrolling, and services wrapper into one solution that provides a unified candidate experience. Additionally, this solution can deploy rapidly, has no setup cost, and delivers at reduced rates.