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When a non-profit health organization’s spend under management fell below $5-10 million, their Managed Service Program (MSP) provider—Broadleaf Results, Acara’s sister company—advised them that a Master Vendor Program (MVP) solution could better support their workforce needs. The Client issued an RFP, and Acara was awarded the contract.
Leveraging a Project Management Team, Acara streamlined processes and maintained constant communication with managers. Read the case study to learn how Acara and Broadleaf worked together to exceed the Client’s expectations by providing a seamless transition to an MVP solution resulting in a 94% fill rate.
A non-profit health organization, the Client’s 8,000+ employees provide advocacy, research, and support from its 900+ offices across the United States.
When the Client’s spend under management fell below $5-10 million, their Managed Service Program (MSP) provider of over five years—Broadleaf Results, Acara’s sister company—advised them that a Master Vendor Program (MVP) solution could better support their workforce needs. The Client issued a request for proposal (RFP) to procure an MVP provider, and Acara was awarded the contract. Ultimately, the Client needed Acara to run the entire MVP like the previous MSP. This included 100% sole sourcing and attracting temporary and permanent workers aligned with their organization’s mission, vision, and values while completing onboarding/offboarding tasks and maintaining compliance.
To successfully fill the Client’s contractor and direct placement positions, the Acara team of expert recruiters would be required to:
Acara leveraged a Project Management Team consisting of two dedicated technology recruiters and one administrative/professional recruiter to implement the following solutions:
Since beginning our partnership on January 1, 2022, Acara has helped the Client fill positions, including the following:
Although this project presented our Acara team with never-before-seen challenges, our passive sourcing excellence and high-touch candidate experience helped us to bring value to The Client. For candidates that chose not to accept an offer from The Client, we designed a follow-up strategy to remain in contact with these resources. By continuing to connect with this talent community on an ongoing and regular cadence, our team will proactively prepare for later phases of the program upon completion of The Client’s production facility.
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