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The Changing Face of Staffing Industry: Are You Ready?

Topic:
The Changing Face of Staffing Industry: Are You Ready?
Date:
January 31, 2013 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Chirag Mehta, Founder & CEO(NextCrew)
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Description
Change is constant and the staffing industry certainly holds no exception. How we manage the hiring process - from top to bottom - has shifted dramatically in recent years, but many of the fundamental rules still remain. It's all about finding the right talent at the right time, place and price. It seems simple, yet there is no elegant formula.

With many options available to hire workforce, how do you blend your workforce to run your department most efficient way. In order to use various platforms effectively it is very important to understand pros and cons of various resources available. Making informed decision in terms of hiring workers is the most important thing you can do to manage your department efficiently. Rules of the games have changed and now than ever you will work with a person whom you have not met and might never see again. You need to make ensure that, information what you’re using to pick your contingent worker is reliable.

The contingency workforce represents untold, untapped talent. Whether you are a staffing agency or your firm handles staffing internally, one of the keys to a successful project is getting the right people on the right job. The contingent workforce is incredibly mobile these days, and with the right systems and partner, it's incredibly easy to bring in specialized staff quickly.

The management of contingent workforce is rapidly changing. The advent of online-based services has made staffing sleek and simplified, but new tools are constantly surfacing. In order to be efficient you have to hire right workforce using right resources.

Who Should Participate
Anyone who is responsible for managing temporary workforce
What You Will Learn
  1. Comparison of various online staffing platforms
  2. Most common and consequential problems with using contingent labor
  3. Choosing right partner for hiring project based talent
  4. How your staffing company can provide "hot and ready" workforce on demand.
Recommended Resources
Staffing Industry, American Staffing Association, http://blog.nextcrew.com Click here
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NextCrew

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NextCrew, an online platform available for private labeling which allows companies to streamline communication and management of their contingent workforce.
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