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CONTINGENT STAFFING

At SBCS, labour pool whose members are hired on the demand basis are done by Contingent staffing

The contingent workforce is an important element of SBCS  workforce strategy as it provides businesses with additional agility and flexibility.

We, at SBCS provide the following facilities:

Cost Savings

You may save a substantial amount of money by bringing aboard temporary workers. Rather than cover full- or part-time salaries or wages, your business pays for services only when needed. This is especially beneficial during times of low production. If vacation time, holiday pay, sick days, and health insurance are covered, the staffing firm or employer of record (EOR) pays for them. In addition, if you use the help of independent contractors, you won’t need to withhold payroll taxes, pay social security or Medicare taxes, or cover unemployment insurance.

Flexibility

Using contingent workers gives our business flexibility in bringing on temporary staff only during peak hours, days, or times of increased demand. We can easily let go of contingent workers because they know they won’t be working for us long term. With changes in market conditions, we may easily adapt our temporary workforce to fit our company’s needs. We may even be able to evaluate contingent workers’ output levels and potentially hire on the most productive workers, if the need arises.

Talent Pool Access

By bringing on temporary workers, we have a broad talent pool from which you may choose the “best of the best.” This is especially beneficial for projects lasting a limited time and needing specific skill sets that our employees may not possess

Time Savings

 When utilizing temporary workers, we free up time by being responsible for administrative tasks. Payroll, administering benefits, and other HR duties are carried out by the staffing firm or EOR.

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