Maximize Productivity With
Bonney On-Site Solutions
We call it…BOSS
Why use onsite staffing solutions?
Benefits of a Workforce Engagement Manager
Onsite staffing is one of the most effective and efficient ways to manage your temporary workers. A dedicated workforce engagement manager (also known as an onsite staffing manager) handles all of the day-to-day tasks of managing your contingent workforce, so your HR team can focus on critical business objectives. With Bonney’s onsite staffing solutions, you’ll save time and money, while reducing risks associated with employee turnover.
Trusted To Deliver
“I appreciate and value what the BOSS program brought to our company. Having a Workforce Engagement Manager focused on retention, engagement, and throughput has assisted our floor leaders in being more successful. I appreciated their approach to understanding our needs and coming up with solutions to address them versus a standard “here is what we have” solution. I highly recommend looking at the BOSS program for your organization.“
– Tim J., Production manager
You may have many questions for us… so we put together some frequently asked questions to cover the basics.
What is the BOSS (Bonney OnSite Solutions) program?
The BOSS program offers a dedicated onsite staffing manager (Workforce Engagement Manager) to oversee and manage the day-to-day operations of associates. The Workforce Engagement Manager also serves as a resource to supervisors and decision-makers. We work for you, in your building, on your warehouse, or production floor.
Why should I consider an onsite manager?
Your business should consider one of Bonny’s workforce engagement managers if you’re a large manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, or logistics company challenged with high employment risk, rising staffing costs, increased overtime, and turnover. An onsite staffing model provides organizations with a holistic workforce strategy with a personal expert.
What are the advantages of an onsite staffing manager?
Onsite staffing can produce powerful results for your business including:
- Reduce site downtime
- Ramp up quickly for peak season
- Improve productivity
- Improve process efficiencies
- Control labor costs
- Reduce time-to-fill
- Ensure safety and a comfortable working environment
What are the roles and responsibilities of an onsite manager?
The Workforce Engagement Manager’s singular focus is your business. Think of them as an extension of your production team. It’s true they deal with day-to-day HR tasks and employee attendance, but they spend a majority of their time on the production floor alongside your temporary workforce:
- Building employee engagement and retention
- Developing custom solutions to drive productivity and meet production goals
- Coaching and supporting Bonney associates so they succeed in their positions
What is required to partner with the BOSS program?
Our client partners believe that people are their most important asset, therefore have a desire to drive performance through strong associate engagement. BOSS partners fully support having a Workforce Engagement Manager on the floor assisting our associates and their supervisors and line leads.