In this presentation we will take a closer look at what has become a very hot topic among both human resource and talent management professionals. We will attempt to answer questions such as; (a) what are the most cost effective and efficient methods for managing a successful contingent workforce? (b) Should the contingent workforce be managed internally or with the help of a third-party vendor such as a staffing agency?
To do this we will explore the costs and benefits of various forms of contingent workforce programs and attempt to remove what can sometimes be misleading information. We will attempt to dispel these common myths which have misled even some of the best and most experienced human resource professionals causing a negative effect on ROI.
Most businesses’ owners, officers and upper management agree that given an affordable option, they would prefer to take steps to improve their current contingent workforce situation starting with better control over costs and efficiencies.
Using a twenty-five (25) year old, yet highly cost effective solution known as PEO; the presenter will take you step-by-step through PEO’s huge improvements to contingent workforce sectors. These include; greatly improved internal and/or external contingent workforce management, cost reduction/ containment, reduced legal exposure, level of professional/skilled advice, administrative assistance, among so many others. You will be amazed to discover how improvements in contingent workforce can have such a positive effect on other parts, if not the entire company.
You will also learn the advantages of PEO are not limited to internal contingent workforce management. You will hear how many client-companies using the services of third-party staffing vendors insist that the vendor use a PEO in order to reduce legal liability exposure which can come back to hunt the client-company. The PEO acts as a natural party which strengthens the vendor-client relationship by ensuring parties co-operate in areas such as workforce safety, proper business structure, and legal compliance. Because the PEO allows the vendor to increase their profits many staffing agencies will share these profits with their clients or provide improved services for the same price.
Through this presentation you should acquire new information which has the ability to make a noticeable difference in the quality of HR services you provide your organization or clients. If you are seeking a future “seat at the table,” this information just may be your “golden ticket”. Most owners and officers are focused on the bottom line and want to leave the details to those they can trust to make decisions which lead to safe improved profits and quality. This presentation will provide you with the knowledge to deliver those desired results.
Who Should Participate
All decision-makers or influencers involved in the organization’s contingent workforce or overall human resource strategy.
Business target size by number of employees - 20 – 5,000
What You Will Learn
Through this presentation the attendee should learn how to identify costs and benefits associated with vendor managed / staffing agency and internally managed contingent workforce processes.
Armed with intelligent information attendees should be able to better determine the best contingent workforce choices for their organization.
The attendee will also learn how PEO greatly increases the overall value of all forms of contingent workforce strategy while drastically reducing costs and legal exposure while improving efficiencies and ROI.
It would have been beneficial to start the program with the slide on what a PEO is and does.
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