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There are many types of contingent workforce risk and they can vary considerably by country. Learn about the most widespread and significant risks and how you can develop a risk assessment framework to better evaluate and mitigate risk in any country you choose.
On average, 25% of a firm’s workforce is comprised of “non-employees” – contractors, temporary and outsourced workers, consultants, 1099’s and any other type of external worker. This growing percentage of headcount brings increased risk, more complex reporting, and a greater need for global visibility. Join this webinar to hear how some of the world’s best known brands are successfully managing this complex headcount and seeing immediate benefits from risk mitigation, cost savings and dramatic improvement in headcount and supplier visibility. – Hear how the Fortune 500 manage both the total headcount and the total spend of their distributed, global workforce. Read more…
Webcast: Are You Missing the Big Picture? Get True Visibility by Managing Your Total External Workforce
Overview Date: August 8, 2012 Presenters: Christopher Dwyer – Senior Research Analyst at Aberdeen Group John F. Martin – CEO of Emerging Markets and CTO at IQNavigator >> Download the Slides Nearly 26% of the average enterprise is made up of external workers – contingent, temporary, contractors, IC’s and SOW. But how to manage ALL the roles in this fluid, complex and often risky but essential part of your total workforce is often the question. By joining this webcast you will gain real-world examples from top global brands on what steps they’ve taken to put best practices into action. Hear Read more…
Organisations are now faced with managing even more complex skill types as part of their contingent workforce programme. Ranging from outsourcing to consultants through professional services firms (legal, marketing, etc.), how do you know the best way to manage your Statement of Work and projects spend? And how should the unique characteristics of the European staffing market influence your decision?
Staffing Industry Analysts’ research shows that well over 70% of large companies either have a VMS system in place currently or are considering taking advantage of these solutions in the coming years. Meanwhile, the decision as to which VMS to use continues to get more complex as mergers and acquisitions alter the provider landscape. At the same time each VMS player furiously updates and improves their technology to meet the needs of today’s more demanding buyers. If you are currently using a VMS to manage your program or are considering deploying one in the near future you need to watch this webinar!