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Over the past few years, contingent labor (also known as contract or temporary labor) has evolved in such a way that it requires organizations across the globe to enact next-generation strategies and solutions. The modern "contingent workforce umbrella," a term the Aberdeen Group utilizes to describe the components of contemporary contingent labor, including traditional temporary labor, professional services, independent contractors and SOW-based projects / services, involves a series of complex competencies and capabilities. Aberdeen Group research has found that over 26% of the average organization’s total workforce is considered contingent in some sense, adding criticality to this complex component of organization spending.
Join Aberdeen Group Research Director Christopher J. Dwyer as he walks through the research findings from his 2012 Contingent Workforce Management study and unveils a series of frameworks, strategies and solutions for effectively managing the typical contract workforce. During this event, Christopher will highlight growing trends within this space, as well as discuss how everyone in attendance can leverage a series of competencies and strategies to improve their contingent workforce management programs. Using his 2012 Contingent Workforce Management research study as a foundation for this presentation, Christopher will include hard-hitting research findings, surprising trends related to the utilization of contingent labor across the globe, and unique ideas as to where the space will traverse in years to come.
During this session, event attendees will learn:
- What top companies (known as the "Best-in-Class") are measuring and tracking in regards to contingent workforce data
- Best-in-Class strategies and solutions
- The effectiveness of solutions such as MSPs, VMS technology and other enablers
- The necessary capabilities for managing the contingent workforce umbrella
- What the future of contingent workforce management will look like
- How attendees can control the destiny of their contingent workforce management programs
Who Should Participate
Any executive tasked with managing contingent, contract or temporary labor within their organization.
What You Will Learn
New strategies for managing contingent labor
Effective solutions for streamlining processes
Next-generation capabilities that can take programs into the future.
The benefits of automation (via VMS)
How MSPs plays a major role in managing contract labor
The role of analytics in modern contingent workforce management
Contingent Workforce Management: The Next-Generation Guidebook to Managing the Modern Contingent Workforce UmbrellaClick here
As a presenter you have a right to mention/plug your company but he spent the 1st 15 min of a 60 min presentation to plugged himself and his organization. he continued doing so throughout !!! That is ridculous and hr.com should not allow this.
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