Workforce size and demographics are changing rapidly. In fact only 42 percent of organisations are now primarily made up of salaried employees according to recent research. Over the next few years employers expect to dramatically increase their dependence on remote, contract, freelance, and gig workers.
By 2030 the majority of talent will be bought in where and when it’s needed. From delivery drivers to consultants and human cloud workers, the workforce of the future is more agile and increasingly remote.
A major challenge for businesses is how to manage their people in this new workforce ecosystem whilst maintaining complince.
Having learnt from many client projects we launched our own product, AMP, to help employers manage the entire employee lifecycle for workforces of any size and shape.
From shift scheduling to HR record keeping, training and compliance, AMP’s powerful analytics enable data-led decision-making at all levels of the business. AMP is secure, mobile-enabled and modular meaning clients can select the features they need. We’re constantly developing and adding new features based on client demand.
Using AMP, organisations with a remote or agile workforce can seamlessly manage their employees, contractors and contingent workers together.
How can we help:
- Manage availability and scheduling of remote workers
- Log and view HR records including warnings and disciplinary action
- Check credentials of potential hires and schedule recruitment activity
- Integration with industry bodies to check for compliance and right to work
- Mobile-enabled assessment for training or recruitment
- Send secure messages to users individually or as groups
- View, share, print and manage access to Microsoft documents
- Deliver training, track completion, monitor CPD and share learning resources
- Share and watch video content, track activity and engagement
- Ask for participation and complete surveys
"As alternative work arrangements become more common in the broader economy, HR and business leaders are rapidly trying to plan and optimise their own workforce ecosystems."
SOURCE: Deloitte Human Capital Trends