Your organization needs flexible talent solutions to maintain agility in a highly competitive environment. Whether your HR strategy offers virtual employment options or blends full-time and contract talent, you need to position your workforce to take advantage of the right mix. Discover how you can measure the effectiveness of adaptable solutions and when to take advantage of new work-style trends.
The contingent workforce industry has been undergoing a strategic evolution in recent years. What was once a simple alternative workforce strategy has now become a core component of how the average enterprise meets and exceeds its business goals and objectives. While the contemporary contract talent workforce rages ahead, organizations utilizing the nuanced attributes of the “contingent workforce umbrella” are actively finding that they require a multifaceted approach for managing traditional temporary labor, complex contract talent, and independent contractors.Read more
The pre conference workshop of the 2013 Strategic Talent Acquisition conference was a day of real world solutions for actual problems facing practitioners in the market. President and CEO of PI Worldwide, Nancy Martini, declared, “talent acquisition is intimately related to talent retention,” and launched into some interesting statistics like millennials are 5x more likely to quit due to their boss and also that the replacement cost for the average position is 40-50% of the annual salary. The workshop began with an engaging activity led by PI Worldwide’s Megan Holsinger examining the pros and cons of hiring or promoting realistic candidate profiles and how the individual personalities would interplay with the current office culture sparking conversation not just about who but why.Read more