What is Signal's Master Vendor feature?
Signal's Master Vendor feature is a platform that allows you to efficiently manage and onboard suppliers, ensure worker compliance, and quickly fill shifts across your supply chain. It provides powerful management capabilities for second-tier suppliers.
How does Master Vendor work in Signal?
With Signal's Master Vendor functionality, main contractors can easily share shifts with agencies, and agencies can, in turn, share those shifts with second-tier suppliers. This enables a seamless flow of shift information across the supply chain.
What is the role of Supplier Compliance in Signal's Master Vendor feature?
Signal ensures that all workers provided by suppliers meet your predefined compliance standards. This helps maintain safety and regulatory requirements across your workforce.
Can I share multiple shifts simultaneously with Master Vendor in Signal?
Yes, Signal allows you to share multiple shifts with your chosen suppliers in just one click. This feature streamlines the process and notifies the suppliers that shifts are ready to be filled.
How does Master Vendor help in making better supplier decisions?
Signal's Master Vendor feature provides real-time insights into the reliability, effectiveness, speed, and profitability of your suppliers. This data allows you to make informed decisions about which suppliers to engage with.
What types of reports can be generated using Master Vendor in Signal?
Signal offers consolidated reports that provide insights into both master vendor and supplier performance. You can also slice and analyze the data by various dimensions to gain deeper insights.
How does Signal ensure worker safety for those used by multiple agencies in the Master Vendor system?
Signal tracks workers who are used by multiple agencies to provide a comprehensive view of their time, fatigue, regulatory compliance, and pay. This tracking ensures worker safety and regulatory adherence.
Can you explain the workflow for sharing shifts with Master Vendor in Signal?
In the Master Vendor system, shifts can be shared to multiple second-tier suppliers. Suppliers can accept or reject shifts and even shortlist ideal candidates for each shift. The vendor has the authority to accept or reject the candidates, and all parties involved are automatically updated with the latest information.
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