The Role of HR Technology in Contingent Workforce Management
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly four out of five employers use contract, contingent, or temporary staff. In a recent study conducted by Aberdeen (2009), 53% of organizations expect their use to increase. This increase can be attributed to factors such as the economy, the increasing need for highly skilled and knowledge workers, and the increasing ease of changing jobs. As organizations continue to include contingent workers as part of their HR Strategy, more emphasis will need to be given to managing this workforce component to reduce costs and mitigate risks.
Please join Cleveland IHRIM in learning the current and future state of contingent workers presented by Allegis Group Services, Inc. followed by an interactive panel discussion with local companies regarding how they have leveraged HR Technology to better manage their contingent workforce.
Our Distinguished Panel:
Dave Barthel, Executive Director, Human Capitol Solutions, Allegis Group Services, Inc.
Dave Barthel is a fourteen year veteran of the Allegis Group network of companies. Barthel has held an array of leadership positions within the network of operating companies, including positions in both the operational and sales sides of the organization. He was instrumental in growing the organization’s workforce management solution offering and continues to play a key role in the evolution of the offering. Barthel’s expertise spans the scope of the human capital industry. His knowledge and insight are sought for consult on workforce management technology systems, industry trends and forecasts, contingent labor program design, process optimization and implementation,cost savings and supply base optimization initiativesand strategic program planning.
Larry Bauer, VP and Manager of HRIM, Key Bank
Larry has been with Key for 6 years and possesses over 17 years of HR technology experience having worked with both the Oracle and PeopleSoft ERP applications. Recently, Larry served as the functional project team lead for Key’s PeopleSoft 9.0 upgrade. As part of the upgrade project, he was tasked with incorporating the addition and management of contingent workers into the PeopleSoft application to meet requirements imposed upon the bank by outside regulatory governing bodies.
Kim Shelnick, System Director of Recruitment and Staffing, University Hospitals
Kim has 21 years of HR experience specializing in Recruitment Leadership of hiring top talent. Ms. Shelnick has been with University Hospitals for three years. During this time she has been involved with reducing risks associated with their contingent workforce. She has led efforts to standardized screening and participated in setting up compliance training logistics and requirements for University Hospitals’ contingent workers. Ms. Shelnick has also served in HR and Recruiting leadership roles with both Progressive Insurance and Key Bank.
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Please register by Monday February 15th to MaryAnn Sciarappa at email@example.com Fees payable at the door.
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Program Fees: All Attendees - $40 In Transition – $10
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