We help our clients maximize the leverage of their spend on contingent
workforce expenses.

Our Managed Service Provider (MSP) program offers you full visibility and control of your contingent workforce, including temporary workers, contractors, consultants, and resources engaged under a statement of work (SOW) arrangement.

With DAHL as your complete workforce management provider, we can build a customized program that fits your culture and aligns with your goals.

Our Experienced Team

A significant component contributing to the success of DAHL’s managed staffing program is the experience of our diverse staffing firm’s team. The implementation and process guides developed by DAHL provide best practices and real-time innovations resulting in well-run, high-quality programs.

The centralized location of our MSP operations headquarters in Minnesota allows us to successfully provide our service programs to contingent workforces deployed in offices across the Upper Midwest and throughout the United States. In addition, DAHL will assign a team of professionals to each MSP program based on the size and type of your contract labor requirements. We work hard to ensure we meet our clients’ specific and customized labor needs.

How DAHL's MSP Works

Within an MSP program, all requests, vendors, workers, timesheets, and employment spend are captured, managed, and tracked through a single process and technology platform. This allows an enterprise-level view of all activity.

Once all workers and resources are captured, processes can be standardized, best practices introduced, and policies enforced.

Streamlined processes reduce the time to hire and burden on hiring managers
Consolidated purchasing reduces costs
Competition and performance management of vendors increases quality and responsiveness
Controlled processes reduce the risk that can be associated with devolved purchasing practices

The Results


The process to request and engage contingent labor.


Additional talent pools through inclusive staffing to drive greater value.


The hiring manager and candidate experience.


Candidate quality, time to fill and retention.


Supplier process compliance and performance.


Contract terms and conditions.


Invoice management and process burden.


Supplier base to leverage volume spend discounts.