Now more than ever it’s critical to have true visibility of the people and skills within your business (Gig, Permanent or Contract). Having the right people at the right time and being ready to scale, grow and pivot as needed is the new normal. With Ploy you can truly design, scenario test and forecast your business’ future with true workforce planning solutions.
Whether it’s a Great Resignation or a re-shuffle, now is the time to understand your talent and nurture them in order to maximise employee wellbeing, staff retention and better outcomes for both your business and your employees (Gig, Permanent or Contract). True insight into your available skills and the needs of your employees allows you to maximise the skills you have in-house rather than seeking to fill gaps externally, and providing a true learning and development environment for your staff saves cost, downtime and produces better business outcomes.
True workforce planning required three key components – Current state (now who and what you have and where); Company strategy and targets (from 10,000ft and 1,000ft; and the ability to track both of these moving targets. When one moves it effects the other and impacts your future planning. This is where Ploy comes in.
Simply put, Ploy has never let us down. Having partnered with Ploy for the past 5 years, I’ve called on them to help on several occasions when the landscape has changed, and we’ve been left time poor. Their ability to scale quickly and on mass across niche skill sets is what separates them from the market. They take a proactive, consulting approach and position themselves as a true extension of our service line.
Director, Solution Sales
(WWIS -Australia, APAC, Hong Kong & Taiwan), Microsoft
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