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Contingent Labor - Balance Cost Vs Quality

Topic:
Contingent Labor - Balance Cost Vs Quality
Date:
April 24, 2012 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Melissa Ansell, Bayer Contingent Labor Program(Bayer Corporation)
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Description
This webcast is not applicable for HRCI credit.

How much is your contingent labor costing your organization? Of course you may know your contractor’s hourly bill rate, but are you paying your staffing supplier too much or not paying them enough to be sustainable. In this webinar, you will learn how transparency can help you answer these questions for your organization. In addition, you will also learn the underlying costs that make up a contractor’s bill rate. You will be given the knowledge and tools to talk the supplier talk. This information can help you effectively negotiate with your suppliers and ensure you are balancing cost versus the quality of your continent labor talent.
Melissa Ansell, based in Pittsburgh, PA is currently the Sr. Contingent Labor Program Coordinator for Bayer Corporation. She joined Bayer in 2008 and worked to develop a unique and successfully operated MSP. She leads a team focused on contract labor acquisition and management throughout the U.S. A significant portion of Ansell’s energy is dedicated to the contingent labor program as she strives to maximize quality, enhance efficiencies and manage program expansion.
Prior to joining Bayer, Ansell was a Senior Program Manager for Ensemble – Chimes Global and led the contingent labor program implementation and management efforts for Bayer. Additionally, she worked as a program manager with Allegis Group Services during the initial launch of their MSP Service offerings.
With over 10 years of staffing, MSP and buy side experience, Ansell holds a BSBA in human resource management from West Virginia University. She is also working to complete her MBA in human resource management from Tiffin University.
Who Should Participate
If you are responsible for acquiring contingent labor for your organization, you should participate in this webinar.
What You Will Learn
In this webinar, you will learn how transparency can help you answer these questions for your organization. In addition, you will also learn the underlying costs that make up a contractor’s bill rate. You will be given the knowledge and tools to talk the supplier talk. This information can help you effectively negotiate with your suppliers and ensure you are balancing cost versus the quality of your continent labor talent.
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