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Talmix - Unlocking the Extended Workforce

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Connect to business talent www.talmix.com +44 20 3176 5615 @wearetalmix wearetalmix What is happening? The world of work is changing Organizations are unlocking the power of the extended workforce to change how critical work gets done. Businesses are using Talmix to maximize the potential of the extended workforce and achieve key competitive capabilities – agility in the face of market volatility and shifting demands, as well as access to highly skilled talent. Organizations partner with Talmix to replace the traditional boom-bust cycle and fluctuating headcounts with a journey towards sustained profitability that incorporates a stable and scalable workforce. As the fixed organization chart becomes obsolete, the elastic, rapidly upskilled extended workforce has taken over. Mixing every kind of talent, from full-time to project-based, from on-site to remote, delivers a more agile approach towards delivering on business initiatives. 75% of business leaders agree that the ability to quickly and flexibly adjust to changing demands is the number one advantage of adopting an extended workforce model. BUSINESS CHANGES THE OLD WORKFORCE BUSINESS MODELS OPERATING MODELS SUPPLY CHAIN WORKFORCE TALENT THE NEW WORKFORCE Traditional, digital as support models Agile, data-led model; digital at the core Hierarchical; siloed, and slow decision making Flexible; dynamic and responsive to change Globalized; low cost; Just-in-time Localised, resilient, efficient Focus on full-time employees and traditional roles Drawing from wider talent pools; objectives over roles Reactive; ad hoc talent to plug gaps Talent-on-demand models; elastic, extended workforce WORKPLACE Workers living close to organization Globally accessible workers; remote working shift Old barriers are being brushed aside under the pressure of unrelenting disruptions, rapidly evolving customer expectations, and an unprecedented pace of change. Speed & Flexibility By bringing in talent when required, who can hit the ground running, organizations can save time and money to stay ahead of the competition. Businesses can tap into the extended workforce to scale teams up and down quickly and efficiently to meet shifts in demand. No Geographical Constraints The extended workforce is remote, global and borderless, providing opportunities for businesses to match talent to initiatives, without being impacted by geographical constraints. Wider talent pools Organizations can gain access to a much broader range of skills and expertise that may be inaccessible in their existing talent pools, augmenting current teams with a dynamic workforce to meet any challenge.

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