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Manage your Contingent Workforce Faster, Better and Cheaper Through Social Media

Topic:
Manage your Contingent Workforce Faster, Better and Cheaper Through Social Media
Date:
January 31, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Ammu Warrier, President(DCR Workforce Solutions)
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Description
Contingent workers are rapidly becoming a critical component of any workforce population. Since the beginning of 2012, temporary and contract employment has grown 24.2%! This explosive growth in the number of contingent workers is largely due to the rapid adoption of social media as well as economic downturns.

Today's contract workers turn to social media to find assignments, assess potential employers, access needed knowledge, improve skills, collaborate on tasks, and evaluate work experiences.

Many companies have also turned to social media, incorporating social networking sites such as Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook into their recruitment strategies. Each has created a recruitment section to their site, and volumes have been written on how to search for candidates on each social networking site. However, this is only the tip of the iceberg.

This webinar explores and explains the impact that each type of social media will continue to have on all aspects of contingent talent procurement and workforce management. Topics include:
• Tapping into social media to increase your labor market intelligence
• Selecting the right type of temporary worker or team for each assignment
• Matching the best sourcing methods to each type of temporary worker
• Going beyond social networking - Incorporating talent exchanges and crowdsourcing into your talent procurement strategies
• Avoiding classification and regulatory compliance risks when sourcing candidates online
• Nuances of onboarding and off-boarding a candidate sourced through social media
• Using ‘unified communications’ technologies to drive collaboration and productivity across all stakeholders
• Transitioning your vendor management system into a social enterprise talent management platform
• Practical plans for getting started

Who Should Participate
This session is designed for HR professionals responsible for sourcing, managing and administering contract workers, independent contractors, company alumni and consultants.
What You Will Learn
  1. How to use all types of social media to source great candidates
  2. How to avoid potential risks of social sourcing
  3. Emerging technologies and applications that simplify social media usage for contingent workforce management
Recommended Resources
  • www.dcrworkforce.com Click here
  • blog.dcrworkforce.com Click here
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    HR Outsourcing
    Vendor Marketplace
    Overall Trends
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    Staffing Technology
    Vendor Management Systems
    Global Talent Management and Development F2000
    Talent Management and Development (SME)
    Contract Workforce and Talent Exchange
    Social Media And Employee Communications
    Online Staffing and Sourcing
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    Ammu Warrier
    DCR Workforce Solutions

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    DCR Workforce Solutions
    DCR Workforce provides SaaS enabled VMS and MSP solutions to manage, procure and analyze contingent workers, sow and task based projects , independent contractors, alumni management and niche resource pools. The customized product suite provides transparency , real time data, performance and supplier management. Proven experience and customer base, Smart Track serves global firms internationally. Customers realize greater visibility, control, efficiencies, control over maverick spend, improved quality and compliance. For more information, visit http://www.dcrworkforce.com. Specialties Vendor Management System, Managed Service Provider, Contingent Workforce Management, Workforce Analytics, Statement of Work (SOW), Workforce Consulting, Independent Contractors, Services Procurement Management
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