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Technology in contingent labour management

Published 15th November 2013

Contractor numbers in contingent labour are at approximately 26 per cent in Australia, a two per cent increase from 2012, as predicted by Adecco’s Temporary Labour Report for 2013 released earlier this year.

As independent contractors and temporary workers become an increasingly large percentage of the workforce, companies are in need of further guidance and access to more efficient management services and platforms. The correct tools are vital to assist companies successfully manage and navigate the risks in dealing with the dynamic of this engaged workforce.

Oncore’s OneVendor model offers both host companies and recruitment agencies unique and customisable solutions to ensure contractor engagements are managed compliantly, whilst providing the transparency and controls needed for a contingent workforce. This allows employers to focus on core strategies of the business.

Oncore’s management system offers online time and attendance timesheet reporting, project tracking, invoicing, payroll, and expense management. Together with cash flow funding options, debtor management, tax, and legislative compliance, all these tools are focused on offering the smoothest possible service while reducing risks associated with a flexible contingent workforce.

Clients can tailor Oncore’s solutions as comprehensively as their needs require, with some choosing to utilise only selected services and others taking on the full range of services on offer. Each client has different needs and Oncore is capable of offering solutions to suit any contractor payroll requirements.

Oncore’s solutions deliver to clients what is now vital in the contingent workforce arena. What was once a challenging space to navigate for employers, or even contractors, has now become an appealing contractor engagement method, as these tools remove the obstacles and risk from the client. This allows those involved to focus on what they do best, whether that’s growing the business or being a professional contractor.