The use of contract workers has grown fivefold since the 1980's according to the U.S. Department of Labor, and nearly four out of five employers nationwide hire some form of contractual help. 10 years ago a contract worker may simply have been a "temp" from a staffing agency, but the implications of the contingent work force had taken a radical turn in the past decade. The globalization and flattening of the world economy, the aging of the US workforce, and the demand for increased flexibility and mobility-these are only several of the multitudes of factors that are driving the changes in CWM. If you don't know the future of your workforce, how can you effectively plan for your human capital initiatives?
Join us for this fascinating hour that will examine who your contract workers are-both today and in the future. We'll examine what drives the contingent worker, and how you can best capitalize your ROI both in terms of your bottom line and a satisfied, stable, loyal workforce. This webcast will examine common pitfalls encountered by HR departments and will spark lively discussion regarding the future of CWM.