In order to function efficiently, your company must react quickly to current market needs. If we add the so-called seasonal factor to it, it may sometimes turn into a real rollercoaster. Therefore, in order to fully achieve your business goals and remain competitive in the market, you – as the employer – should ensure that internal processes are arranged in a way allowing for flexible human capital management. On the one hand, you should have a permanent team of qualified employees on board, and on the other hand, you should be supported by temporary employees, the number of which can be quickly increased or reduced whenever necessary.
The perfect solution for you is to use the potential of team leasing. Why? Find out the three main reasons:
1. Relieving employees responsible for recruitment at your company
Team leasing will be of great support for HR departments and payroll administration at your company. Many time-consuming activities related to the recruitment of employees will be reduced to a minimum. Internal HR departments will not need to plan the processes of hiring new employees, arranging meetings or conducting interviews with candidates, but instead, they will be able to focus on other tasks.
2. Reduction of costs
With team leasing, you will optimise the costs of running your company. You will reduce the costs of conducting the recruitment process, servicing rotation and making personnel and payroll settlements with selected employees.
Cost optimisation will obviously entail flexibility of employment. By taking advantage of the team leasing service, your company will incur costs only when it needs employees. There will be no downtime, and you will easily increase the number of contractors during the season.
3. Change from fixed to variable costs
Appropriate management of fixed and variable costs in the company is the fundamental aspect, and with a leased team of employees, supporting your company in the implementation of a given project, or orders that, in such a situation, the company may entrust some of the responsibilities to, you will implement your assumptions without increasing constant costs.