Transitioning to Managed Labor

Whether it’s direct or temp labor that you’re transitioning to managed labor, we know that change can be scary so we make sure to put our focus, time and energy into making the transition go well.

LACOSTA’s experienced and dedicated transition team takes the uncertainty out of changing service providers. We believe that the key to a smooth transition is clear delineation and communication to the employees. LACOSTA creates and maintains a flexible and comprehensive transition schedule and checklist that begins 30-60 days prior to our first day of service.

Prior to any transition plan being created, LACOSTA takes the time to understand your organization, your needs, and your expectations and then we train our employees on the processes necessary to meet those needs in order to insure we exceed expectations. During this time we will be diligently preparing our workforce, site-specific processes, and apply standard operating procedures. A detailed week-by-week transition checklist will be customized and provided with progress notes to you every week, ensuring we meet your needs in a successful and seamless transition.

LACOSTA’s Key Differentiators That Ensure a Flawless Transition

  • Our transition team is onsite 30 days prior to launch
  • We host ongoing job fairs in the community to ensure over-staffing during the transition period
  • The LACOSTA site management team trained and in place two weeks prior to launch
  • Standard operating procedures (SOPs) and training for all LACOSTA supervisors and management are completed
  • LACOSTA’s entire operational management team are onsite for the transition
  • Transparent communication: throughout the entire start up, you’ll have visibility to LACOSTA’s roster and progress; if we are experiencing any issues, you will be able to see what they are and how we are addressing them

LACOSTA Transition Team

Each member of the LACOSTA transition team is assigned specific tasks from our transition checklist that we’ve honed since our founding in 1973.

Senior Regional Director

  • Establish and manage the start team

Regional Director

  • Customer main point of contact
  • Negotiate contract terms and conditions

Senior District Manager

  • Manage safety
  • Ensure all training of employees is completed

District Manager

  • Order all equipment, materials, consumables, if applicable, and uniforms
  • Train all employees
  • Time and Task for positions
  • Visual que instructions

Recruiting Team

  • Recruiting employees starts when we receive a verbal commitment
  • Post all positions online, hold job fairs, and interview candidates
  • Pre-screen all prospective employees
  • Onboard all employees

Accounting Team

  • Set up job and billing
  • Set up job schedule
  • Issue purchase orders

Sales Support Team

  • Ensure all items on the Transition Checklist are completed by the due date
  • Send all start up items to the facility

IT Team

  • Order and send all IT tools to the facility
  • Ensure all reporting and inspections are set up
  • Ensure Employee/Supervisor time monitoring portal access is set up
  • Coordinate internet and phone access with the customer

Contact us to learn more about managed labor