The Fragmented Workplace: Manage The Emerging 'Gig' Workforce Of Temporary, Part-time, And Contract Workers

Webinar: ID# 1023553
Recorded On-Demand
About This Course:
Today’s workforce is changing at warp speed. Full-time employment is being replaced in many cases by on-demand, contract work. This “gig” economy presents a unique opportunity for businesses to develop creative approaches to staffing that best suit their needs, while remaining competitive.

To effectively tailor the workforce using various options such as traditional, temporary, part-time, or contract employees, organizations must first decide which business objectives are most important.

Join us and learn how to successfully address strategic goals while identifying, evaluating, and implementing a tailored staffing approach for your business.

Learning Objectives:
  • The pros and cons of a nontraditional workforce
  • Various staffing options for your organization, including temporary, contract, part-time, and other employment arrangements
  • How to tell which staffing approaches and arrangements are the best fit for your organization
  • Best practices for outsourcing
  • How rating, assessment, and ranking tools can be used to determine business areas where nontraditional staffing may be advantageous to your organizations
  • How to fully and effectively manage a fragmented workforce comprising of temporary, remote, contract, and part-time workers
  • Job structure recommendations for attracting workers who are more independent-minded in their approach to work, opportunities, and loyalty
  • Critical elements for selecting a nontraditional staffing partner
  • Key considerations concerning the identification of roles, responsibilities, and deliverables in staffing agreements
  • Benchmarking processes and periodic review meetings that can help ensure that your organization’s expectations are being met
  • How to establish a problem-resolution process to address any issues that arise
About Your Presenter:

Mary Anne Kennedy
Senior Human Resources Consultant
MAK HR Consulting, LLC

Mary Anne Kennedy, author of Finding the Right Job: A Step-by-Step Approach, is a senior human resources consultant at MAK HR Consulting, LLC, which provides small- to medium- sized business owners with the full spectrum of HR services and programs, including all aspects of talent acquisition, from full-cycle recruitment to succession planning and performance management.

Before launching her business, Ms. Kennedy spent eight years with Bristol Myers Squibb, a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company, in a variety of HR leadership roles. She served as the HR generalist for Herman Miller, a high-end office furniture manufacturer and a successful senior HR consultant for a wide range of employers both for-profit and not-for-profit.

Ms. Kennedy is a sought-after speaker on HR topics, including coaching and mentoring, succession planning, performance management, reward and recognition programs, and career coaching. She was the co-founder of the St. Paul's Networking Group in Princeton, New Jersey, which provided career coaching for those in transition. The model has been replicated by numerous networking groups.

Ms. Kennedy holds a bachelor's degree in social science and certifications in Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) administration and DDI behavior-based interviewing.
The Fragmented Workplace: Manage The Emerging 'Gig' Workforce Of Temporary, Part-time, And Contract Workers
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