July 23 - 25, 2019
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, MN
Supplemental Workforce Program Manager
Southern California Edison
Day 1: Tuesday July 23
Given the rapid change and demands facing your stakeholders, you can’t afford to keep your program at a standstill. It’s a matter of when (not if) you move your program up the maturity curve in today’s environment. But how do you get yourself out of the day-to-day execution of your program to focus on long-term improvement? You’ll learn from a diverse set of practitioners at varying stages to discuss how they moved the needle and how you can as well. You can’t afford to miss the key takeaways from this lively discussion surrounding:
• How to develop and communicate the business case for improvement
• Defining program maturity milestones
• Leveraging and strengthening relationships with your staffing partners
• Developing and implementing program KPIs to measure success
Day 3: Thursday July 25
Ethics of Contingent Labor – Are We Creating A Permanent Underclass?
Recent articles, particularly focused on Silicon Valley, have highlighted the rise of the contractor ‘underclass’ that does the grunt work for some of the largest Silicon Valley firms with few of the rewards typically offered by such firms. As stewards of contingent labor, is this a perception that needs to be addressed? And if so how? This thought-provoking panel will explore a variety of viewpoints and perspectives.
• Does CS create wealth disparity and is this something we should care about?
• Who should ‘stand up’ for Contingent Worker rights
• What steps can be taken to improve the perception of CS programs