Employment Outsourcing Models | Global/local expansion and the need to address talent shortage are the primary organizational drivers for outsourcing HR administration services. Organizations wanting to expand their presence into new markets for competitive advantage or those looking to gain access to a wider talent pool incur a substantial cost, coupled with risks and challenges in setting up a new entity in the selected geography and recruiting and onboarding employees.
As enterprises look to navigate this amplifying administrative burden to address their growth aspirations, models beyond traditional HR outsourcing, such as Professional Employer Organization (PEO), Employer of Record (EOR), and staffing, are rapidly growing in prominence.
In this study, we look at the various ways in which enterprises engage with third-party service providers beyond the traditional HR BPO model across permanent and temporary talent. More »
5 Outsourcing Pricing Trends in a Post-Pandemic World | How has the pandemic impacted outsourcing pricing and what do enterprises need to know for 2021? Now is the time to reassess and adjust, but understanding the current pricing environment is the first step.
In this webinar replay/deck, Everest Group’s Michel Janssen, Chief Research Officer, Abhishek Sharma, Partner, and Ricky Sundrani, Vice President, discuss how outsourcing contracting and pricing trends have evolved as a result of the pandemic, strategies to plan for the future, and how to ensure commercial competitiveness.
The session answers the following questions: What outsourcing contracting and pricing trends have changed over the past year? How has the pandemic impacted pricing in application services, infrastructure services, and business process outsourcing (BPO) services? What are key pricing themes to keep in mind when planning for the future? More »
Workforce and Delivery Location Strategies: What to Aim For in 2021 | Despite being a year of rough waters for most industries, global delivery locations and delivery center set-ups saw trends of growth throughout 2020.
In this webinar replay/deck, Everest Group’s Michel Janssen, Chief Research Officer, and Anurag Srivastava, Vice President, were joined by senior workforce and locations strategy practitioner Daniel Rose, Head of Strategy and Operations at Novartis, and Rajat Bhatnagar, Extended Workforce Solutions Business Partner at Google, for a 360-degree perspective on global workforce and delivery locations strategies — including what changed in 2020 and what to aim for in 2021.
The effects of COVID-19 on global workforce and delivery locations strategies
Leveraging offshore vs. nearshore vs. onshore locations
Implementing hub-and spoke or centers of excellence (CoE) models
The impacts of work from home (WFH) on real estate and how it compares to flexible office space trends
Trends in leveraging alternative talent models More »
Returning to Work Will Mean More Space, Fewer People and Many Possibilities | More »
GOV20 Speakers Demonstrate How to Transform Governance in the COVID Era | More »
IAOP Joins with Tent to Advance Hiring of Refugees and Impact Sourcing | More »