Recorded live at the Contingent Workforce Conference 2017, David Guazzarotto and Jared Cameron from Future Knowledge, the self-dubbed “Hamish and Andy” of HR Tech, sat down with our conference speakers to discuss the key takeaways from the conference and reflect on their chosen topics.
Check them out:
Kevin Wheeler on how automation is driving a need for contingent workers and rethinking what we consider a work week
Paul Chiswick on how how companies are leveraging disruptive technologies to maximise attraction and engagement across their Total Workforce.
Stuart Elliott on preparing your contingent function for the future, overcoming pitfalls, and rethinking employment for a population with an increasingly long expected lifespan.
Ruby Lee on creating a contingent ‘tribe’ of mutual respect and trust to ensure peak performance and staff retention.
Julian Banks on addressing the divide between contingent and permanent staff, and untangling the knot of your contingent solution.
|Deb Jackson on bringing contingent workers in line with permanent staff in terms of relationships and experiences, and the impact that can have on your company and diversity.|
Tim Walmsley on coming up with the kind of idea that’ll force you to deal with ‘catastrophic’ success.
Richard Barnett on the future of contingent recruitment, whether it will include agencies, and what contingent workers really want from employers.
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