News Sponsored by Broadstone partners with Ezitracker

Ezitracker, part of HAS Technology Group, has announced a strategic partnership with Broadstone, a tech company that has built a temporary staffing marketplace to deliver a contingent workforce into the FM industry.

Broadstone provides a flexible solution through an app- based temporary ‘Labour as a service’ staffing solution within the security, FM and cleaning sectors. It allows workers to find flexible temporary work opportunities with large corporates in traditional, regulated industries.

The Broadstone platform uses data and automation to solve complex tasks that large traditional labour providers handle on a day-to-day basis. Key tasks such as payroll management, background and license checking, company- worker matching and performance management are automated for both companies and employees seeking permanent and temporary contracts.

The solution will integrate with Ezitracker’s workforce management technology solution portfolio to allow customers to simply push shifts that cannot be filled by permanent staff, through to the Broadstone community. A pool of screened workers will be matched, and then scheduled into the Ezitracker platform, providing transparency and control over a company’s temporary staff for the first time.

Christian Berenger, Ezitracker’s Managing Director – Workforce Management, explained: “Broadstone’s app connects workers and employers, bringing them together to deliver a truly agile workforce, based upon customer demand and available shifts. Jobs can be broadcast to a large community of available workers who can then apply for open positions that match their needs, availability and skillsets – it’s the Uber for the FM sector.”

Tom Pickersgill, Broadstone’s Co-Founder and CEO, commented: “Our ‘labour-as-a-service’ staffing platform

allows job seekers to find fair and flexible temporary work opportunities with large corporates working in traditional, regulated industries such as security, cleaning and catering. How companies find and engage their workforce is changing fast, with temporary workers forming 20-30% of most large companies’ workforces within the next three to five years.

“We’re challenging the traditional method of temporary staffing much like FinTech companies are challenging traditional banking. Ezitracker’s enviable client base in facilities management allows us to provide a service to those that potentially need it most, and forms a key part of our strategy to deliver temporary staffing in a better way.”

Broadstone also offers a solution to enable workers to instantly draw-down on their pay to provide increased control and flexibility to the employee. Branded ‘EziAdvance’ this functionality neatly feeds into the EziHub platform.

New VP of Sales for Vectair North America

Vectair Systems has announced Larry Lopata as Vice President of Sales, North America, responsible for growing existing relationships and seeking new industrial distribution, specifically focused on jan-san.

Larry’s core responsibilities will be managing and growing Vectair’s trade sales through industrial distribution, through

the management of Vectair’s regional sales directors and manufacturer’s representative network, growing existing relationships in the company’s current channels and

identifying new prospective partners in distribution in both the US and Canada.

Larry comes with industry experience from both the manufacturer’s side, and from the Distributor network.

Upon his appointment, Chad Davis, Executive Vice President for Vectair Systems, Inc, said: “I am truly excited to have Larry Lopata in this role and I look forward to working with him and teaching him the Vectair way as he continues to grow our US Business. I believe his knowledge of the industry, relationships that he has and his overall understanding of the sales process will serve our company very well in the future.”


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