Improving contingent workforce performance in your call center can be a challenge. These workers are not like your regular staff. They were hired on a temporary basis, usually by an outside staffing company or outsourcer, to complete a specific project. Contingent workers are often paid differently and receive less training than your full time workforce. They may even have different performance standards. All of these factors can make managing this personnel a contingent workforce difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. While comparing a contingent workers to regular staff is often like apples to oranges – there are things you can do to manage both groups efficiently. The following workforce management techniques will help you improve contingent workforce performance.
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Minimize damage to your call center operations in the face of disaster With Hurricane Sandy on everyone's mind we would like to take a moment to provide some helpful information on disaster preparation from a contact center standpoint. Safety is everyone's first concern, both for employees and customers, and an abundance of resources exist to reference in the face of a natural disaster. See the CDC's Hurricane Readiness Tips
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Building a Relationship to Spur Long-Term Success in Credit Card Sales Over the years, we have had the opportunity to service our clients and exceed their expectations, even beyond what they originally anticipated. One example comes from a large US bank, seeking assistance with credit card acquisition and fulfillment. Several years ago the client sought an outsource provider to help fulfill credit card acquisitions in a way both cost-effective and revenue-generating. The organization’s goal was to develop a substantial number of new client relationships using both inbound and outbound voice services.