Projected increase in demand for management consulting services in Canada from 2013 to 2018.
Hiring consultants helps profitability by reducing payroll and labour costs. There is no recruitment or training required to access the desired expertise within the prescribed time frame, and no layoffs are necessary.
65% to 50%: strong decrease in the activity rate of the population from 2002 to 2040.
SME managers lack time, lack resources, lack expertise and sometimes lack interest in delivering expected results in a timely manner. These shortcomings are detrimental to their organizational health and the development of their business to its full potential. Hiring consultants addresses one or more of these simultaneous shortcomings.
The labour shortage will be the number one challenge for Quebec companies. SMEs will find it even more difficult to compete with large employers. They will have to develop solid programs to attract, mobilize and retain the talent that is often the hallmark of expert consultants.
Money can’t buy happiness
Public service employees are happier with their compensation package than private sector employees, despite the higher salaries and performance bonuses offered to the latter. Surprised? An expert consultant will help you see things more clearly.
Teleworking may be trendy, but it is not necessarily a source of motivation for your high-performing employees. The vast majority of employees say that working on projects that interest and motivate them makes them perform better than usual. A consultant will be able to help your team reorganize tasks in a more stimulating way.
From50% to 200%… Percentage of annual salary representing the average cost of replacing an employee who leaves your organization.
8%: small percentage of people who prefer telecommuting to new and challenging tasks that match their interests.
$150 000 TO $200 000
Average annual cost of absenteeism for a company with $1M in payroll.
Absenteeism and employee turnover are very costly for businesses. A departure costs on average 0.5 to 2 times the salary of the employee who leaves, while absenteeism costs on average 15 to 20% of the payroll. For these reasons, 60% of companies calculate their turnover rate and 57% calculate their absenteeism. What about you? Call on our consultants to obtain a portrait of your organizational health.
“If you think hiring a professional is expensive, wait until you hire an amateur.”
– Red Adair (1915-2004)