As part of our implementation process we agreed terms with 95% of the customer’s existing agency suppliers, and transferred its direct contractor workforce onto our payroll service. We provide a dedicated Resourcing Partner who acts as sole point of contact for new orders.
We introduced a centralised fulfilment team and brought all suppliers onto our c.net platform. All contingent requests now go through a single centralised ordering process and system, which sources staff based on capability to perform the required duties and incorporates tiered ordering based on cost. A full hiring manager authorisation process and complete staff compliance checking service support the recruitment process.
Comensura provides centralised management and visibility, giving the customer access to real-time management information, govern spend, rigorous compliance checks and 24/7 customer service support. Comensura helps the customer meet its candidate requirements, filling a wide range of roles.
Comensura is on board as a managed service provider (MSP) for temporary, interim and permanent vacancies. A more focused, tiered supply chain of 42 agencies is in place, with efficiency throughout the new processes for hiring high-calibre individuals that the customer’s demanding work requires.
To ensure that the council received the most attractive quality and price offer available, Comensura approached a number of suppliers, who were asked to provide proposals for delivering the requirement.
A specialist supplier was appointed to manage the project, with pricing per inspection based on:
- Category D inspections
- Category E inspections
- Void inspections
The scope of work was created in c.net5 to provide full visibility of progress, with each inspection billed through our system and approved by the council.
Comensura was appointed to provide a neutral vendor solution for the management of temporary labour. Comensura’s c.net marketplace management technology is used to give this customer more control and access to a wider pool of temporary worker candidates.