A key feature of a strategic workforce solution is a cost-per-unit (CPU) pricing model. CPU differs greatly from traditional contingent staffing models. Under the traditional staffing model, businesses often experience excessive costs associated with nonproductive labor, quality concerns, training and retraining.
These issues lead to a high CPU and unpredictable labor costs. With CPU pricing, you get a fixed-cost labor solution that aligns with your business objectives and provides budget certainty.
In this webinar you'll learn:
- History and Origin of Staffing Companies
- History and Origins of SIMOS (what makes us different)
- What is CPU?
- Why change your staffing model to CPU/Benefits of CPU for a business
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