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Global growing pains - Acheiving globalization and standardization in a large-scale company

Our client is a multinational financial services company headquartered in New York. They have over 65 thousand full-time employees globally with over $43 billion dollars in wealth and asset management.

For years they have partnered with us globally. However, when it came to their U.S. presence, they had a long-standing relationship with a separate Managed Service Program provider.

When our client approached us, they had grown frustrated with their provider due to a strict model and lack of flexibility Our client needed an MSP partner who could support them and help them with globalization.

Read more to find out how we took thier time to offer from 23 business days to 12 and saved them $41 million.

Case Study Resouces - block two


From underperforming to enabling - Introducing innovation into and outdated Managed Service Program

Our client is a 30-billion-dollar diversified tech company operating in worker safety, health care, and consumer goods. Headquartered in the Midwest with over 50 thousand products and 1,500-1,800 annual hires.
Prior to Hays, our client struggled with an outdated Managed Service Program and the efficiency in which it was able to deliver and manage talent. We were appointed to streamline processes and find and engage talent when they needed it at a fair price. 
Find our how their time to fill went from 30 business days to 12.

Case Study Resources - Block three



The building blocks of success - starting a contingent workforce program from the ground up

Our client is an industry leader with over 40 years of experience in manufacturing diagnostic systems with products focusing on the diabetes market, specifically blood glucose monitoring systems. 

They were originally part of a larger Life Sciences group but split from the larger group commencing in 2018.

The split from the larger Life Sciences group meant that the new company no longer had the benefit of, or access to, a number of systems, process or procedures and therefore required to build a Contingent Workforce Strategy from the ground up.

Case Study Resouces - block four


A direct source of improvements - The implementation of Direct Sourcing in an outdated Managed Service Program

Our client is the largest global provider of insurance, annuities, and employee benefit programs, with 90 million customers. They are spread across over 60 countries, with more than 60 billion dollars in revenue. 
when they appraoched us, they had a long-standing relationship with an established MSP provider. Over time as the business evolved, their demands had out-grown the traditional process-based MSP and their provider was unable, or unwilling, to meet the challenge.
Find out how the implementation of Direct Sourcing has decreased time to fill by 25% and cost cost by 5%.