IQNavigator, the leading independent provider of contingent workforce management solutions, has announced a strategic alliance with HR4YOU, a specialist in human capital management solutions for central Europe, with particular expertise in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. IQNavigator and HR4YOU will be exhibiting at the forthcoming HRM Expo in Cologne from 15 to 17 September.
This partnership combines HR4YOU’s in-depth knowledge of complex, local employment laws and regulations with IQN’s global contingent workforce expertise, resulting in the most advanced platform to address global deployments. IQN and HR4YOU enable organisations to have complete visibility and reporting from a global perspective, with full drill down capabilities on a regional basis. Through the partnership, clients can take advantage of advanced local invoicing, while remaining compliant with the complicated laws and regulations of Germany.
“HR4YOU is an important addition to our portfolio of strategic alliances, adding further strength to an important region in Europe where legislative influence is extensive and complex,” said Kevin Poll, VP, Strategic Alliances at IQNavigator. “With the confidence of compliance, global organisations can leverage the IQNavigator and HR4YOU relationship to extend their global contingent worker programmes.”
Global employment law practitioners, Baker & McKenzie recognise the advantages of a comprehensive workforce programme. They recently stated that a “collaborative global approach to managing the legal compliance and other risks associated with temporary and other contingent workers is essential if multinationals wish to take full and proper advantage of the opportunities that a flexible workforce can bring.”
“The IQNavigator and HR4YOU solution provides peace of mind that customers are compliant with all the appropriate legislation in the region. Together, IQNavigator and HR4YOU bring increased efficiency, visibility, reporting and simplified invoicing to Germany within a unified platform for global contingent worker management,” said Axel Rekemeyer, CEO, HR4YOU.