Since its founding in 1992, MADI has provided business continuity services including temporary personnel at all skill levels, and protection to companies from small and mid size to the enterprise all across the US in almost every industry. Here are some examples:
Setting realistic expectations relative to the temporary workforce that would be available to the company in advance of contract negotiations.
MADI’s helped this Global 500 utility company understand the financial requirements and scale of the talent pool of qualified Lineman that would be available, and then chosen to recruit and deploy a team of Linemen to the northeast in order to ensure the client’s ability to respond immediately in the event of a strike.
The utility entered negotiations with the knowledge that MADI’s team would be able to continue to provide safe and reliable electrical service to its customers, and its business objectives were met without a strike being called by the union.
This Fortune 100 company was facing a potential supply chain disruption when qualified welders weren’t available locally and aggressive production deadlines were looming.
Within days, MADI positioned a group of welders on-site. All welders passed their weld tests and the company ordered additional support personnel.
MADI’s team remained on-site for six (6) weeks, the production deadline was met ahead of schedule, averting any disruption.
A major grocery chain implemented a rigorous RFP vendor selection process in preparation for a possible strike.
The company elected to utilize multiple vendors for their project and separate the vendor responsibilities.
Because of MADI’s unparalleled experience in the trucking industry, along with its ability to provide CDL drivers during a period of limited national availability, MADI was awarded the most challenging portion of the project – responsibility for distribution throughout the northeast.
A Fortune 100 manufacturer and distributor of pharmaceuticals was facing contentious negotiations with a highly skilled union workforce.
MADI provided contingency planning services and deployed titer screened personnel to the site and began its on-site training prior to their contract expiration.
The client was confident that should their union employees walk out, a qualified team was ready to immediately assume their responsibilities, and a favorable contract was ratified without a labor dispute.
MADI deployed a reduced workforce for sixteen (16) weeks, comprised of 225 skilled tradesmen, representing 53% of full staffing levels
Within a few weeks the temporary workforce exceeded productivity expectations and shipped forty-two (42) complete compressor units on time or early; and the parts business exceeded year-over-year shipment levels.