Our aim within Worker Management module is to provide a continuous level of visibility and control over Statement of Work and all related resources, and we see this visibility as critical in allowing any sense of progression within Statement of Work more generally. Statement of Work itself poses a minefield of compliance and regulatory risks, therefore having visibility in order to create indicative reports, or to identify areas of risk that demand attention is critical. Often, the level of visibility available to the business is lacking, and this can expose the company to risks that they are not always aware of. Our global customers can be impacted by legislation and regulations that apply to their third stream of employees – further intensified by the impending IR35 legislation.
With the SOW Worker Management module you are able to comprehensively manage the compliance across the chain of contracted and subcontracted workers and resources. Employee data, supplier chain tracking, on/off boarding and digital file documentation are aspects of SOW supported by this module. After a project has been recorded, the contracted party or contract owner of the project can register themself and register their employees. In case of subcontractors, secondary suppliers or independent freelancers, the main contract owner can register all subcontractors and request them to register their personnel themselves.