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How Did This Logistics Giant Face the Pressures of Attracting, Engaging and Deploying Talent in a Peak Season of its Business?
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"How Did This Logistics Giant Face the Pressures of Attracting, Engaging and Deploying Talent in a Peak Season of its Business?"

Discover how a payroll solution delivered talent to one of the world’s largest logistics businesses.

As a consumer, you can make a purchase with just a touch of a button. Within minutes, you’ve made your purchase and before you know it, you will receive your product. This has never been more true than during the global COVID-19 pandemic when more consumers are turning to online shopping.  

Behind the scenes, a sophisticated logistics ecosystem is ensuring your order is processed, tracked and arrives on time. A critical piece to all of this is the team of employees working behind the scenes to get the product to your door. As the demand for eCommerce goes up, it brings added pressure to talent leaders when faced with ramping up hiring quickly to meet these increasing demands.

Demand for talent is one of the biggest challenges for a leading global logistics company, especially now during the global COVID-19 pandemic. With this pressure and other seasonal hurdles in mind, the company consolidated payrolling services to a single program provider. This solution not only provides increased agility for demands driven by a national crisis or seasonal shifts, but it also streamlines the hiring process. It provides increased resource scalability, simplified billing, reporting analytics and more.

During a typical peak season, the provider will receive as many 600 job orders over the three month holiday season from October to December. In just 6 weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic, the provider has received more than 400 job orders. Total hires are also expected to increase from just over 600 drivers in 2019, to well over 1,000 by the end of 2020. 

Whether you are an essential business needing to ramp up hiring quickly, or starting to look ahead as the country returns to work, a payroll solution could be exactly what you need to attract, engage and deploy the right talent when your business needs it most.

Check out this case study to learn how this logistics leader typically handles spikes in demand.

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