Benefits Of Contracting
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  • Author:by Grant Nisbett

Benefits of contracting

​Whether it's the autonomy, flexible working or the opportunity to work on a variety of interesting projects, there is no doubt that becoming a contractor has its benefits.For employers, having access to a flexible workforce offers two main benefits; access to scarce skill-sets and lowering the financial and legal risks associated with permanent hires.Could contracting help make Industry 4.0 a reality?The dynamic and fast-changing technological landscape makes the contract or interim option especially attractive as companies plan for uncertainty. For businesses looking to implement 4th industrial revolution (4IR) technologies, the use of contractors affords them flexibility to take on specialists, providing expert guidance and advice throughout the implementation stages. This can not only help futureproof a business, but also negate the need to hire permanent staff for a 12 to 18 month project.Specialist contracts teamWorking on a contract basis brings its own complexities. To help guide both our clients and candidates, we have a dedicated contracts team. Our consultants are made up of experienced functional specialists covering product development, manufacturing, operations and maintenance, finance, supply chain, purchasing, logistics and HR, with assignments across a range of industry sectors.They support, advise and service our contractors to allow them to be able to focus their assignment, while our robust contract documentation process clearly defines the relationships and responsibilities of all parties up and down the supply chain.Our team seeks to identify the most appropriate solution to meet both candidate and client needs, ranging from multi-national corporate blue chips to SMEs.Get in touch with me  to see how contracting can bridge your skills gap.​

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​Whether it's the autonomy, flexible working or the opportunity to work on a variety of interesting projects, there is no doubt that becoming a contractor has its benefits.

For employers, having access to a flexible workforce offers two main benefits; access to scarce skill-sets and lowering the financial and legal risks associated with permanent hires.

Could contracting help make Industry 4.0 a reality?

The dynamic and fast-changing technological landscape makes the contract or interim option especially attractive as companies plan for uncertainty. For businesses looking to implement 4th industrial revolution (4IR) technologies, the use of contractors affords them flexibility to take on specialists, providing expert guidance and advice throughout the implementation stages. This can not only help futureproof a business, but also negate the need to hire permanent staff for a 12 to 18 month project.

Specialist contracts team

Working on a contract basis brings its own complexities. To help guide both our clients and candidates, we have a dedicated contracts team. Our consultants are made up of experienced functional specialists covering product development, manufacturing, operations and maintenance, finance, supply chain, purchasing, logistics and HR, with assignments across a range of industry sectors.

They support, advise and service our contractors to allow them to be able to focus their assignment, while our robust contract documentation process clearly defines the relationships and responsibilities of all parties up and down the supply chain.

Our team seeks to identify the most appropriate solution to meet both candidate and client needs, ranging from multi-national corporate blue chips to SMEs.

Get in touch with me  to see how contracting can bridge your skills gap.