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Halo Solutions partners with Orka Works to tackle staff shortage faced by events industry

by Louisa Daley

Safety and communications technology company, Halo Solutions, has partnered with worker tech start-up, Orka Technology Group to offer its clients access to Orka Works, a workforce app used by over 55,000 security shift workers.

The integration will allow users of The Halo System, such as Silverstone, the NHS, music arenas and Premier League football clubs, to fill security positions at large events, mitigating the impact of unexpected staffing issues and preventing the cancellation of events caused by shortages.

The partnership aims to give Halo access to a trained workforce looking for flexible shift work and remove the cost of traditional HR processes. Furthermore, Orka workers will be able to access the Halo app when they clock-in to a Halo shift.

The Halo System is a communications, incident and task management platform that streamlines issue management from the control room to the staff on the ground, connecting multiple agencies, venue functions and disconnected teams. Security, cleaning and medical teams can also log and record incidents using Halo in real-time.

Lloyd Major, CEO and co-founder, Halo Solutions, said: “Giving our clients flexible access to Orka’s workforce will be a huge boost when it comes to staffing large events and is particularly timely, given the challenge that many are facing when it comes to staff shortages.

“We are looking forward to going live with the partnership early next year and working closely with Orka who have built a world class, best in their field, innovative platform that helps companies save time and money and keep their events safe, which is a natural fit for us and exactly what we’re about.”

James Doyle, co-founder and COO of Orka, added: “This is a hugely exciting partnership for Orka, which will provide event organisers with peace of mind and security when it comes to staffing against the backdrop of continued staff shortages across several sectors.

“There’s no doubt that the future of the labour market is changing. Employers and employees alike are looking for speed and flexibility, which is exactly what this partnership delivers. It’s great to be working with a like-minded innovator in the staff management sector.”

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