Case 2: Temporary Contract Turned Asset Employee
Our client is a well-known automotive manufacturing that had a quality department experiencing the most extreme of backlogs. As if a hiring freeze wasn’t enough, the folks who did work there full-time were so overwhelmed with ineffective quality documentation systems that they were not completing the bulk of their actual job duties because they were too busy performing inspections and documenting.
Our team at Omni One immediately knew that the person to fill this need would have to be brought on as a contractor due to the client’s inability to bring someone on directly. To justify the price of bringing in a contractor within such a large corporation, especially in the quality department, the process also had to be well-documented. After a few on-site visits from our firm, we were able to form a reporting solution that worked for both groups, along with an onboarding and training program for the contractor to undergo.
By no fault of our own other than seeing a dependable and creative spark in an Automotive Inspection professional, our contractor completely blew this role apart and redesigned it. What was meant to be a temporary loadbearing position has turned into an asset, since our contractor streamlined the quality documentation process and moved into a leadership role.