Contingent Staffing 2020

August 25 - 26, 2020

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown, AZ

Greg Scherrer, Director, HR Contingent Workforce Center of Excellence at KPMG

Greg Scherrer


Director, HR Contingent Workforce Center of Excellence
KPMG

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Greg.

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DAY 1: Leveraging Emerging Tools to Advance Your Program

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020


12:10 PM Panel: Hiring Managers Gone Rogue: Educating Stakeholders and Executives

“The manager administers; the leader innovates. The manager has a short-range view; the leader has a long-range perspective” – Dr. Warren Gamaliel Bennis
 
Whether you’re a talent leader or in the procurement space, your program is only as good as your ability to execute your long-term vision. Your job as a leader is to demonstrate to hiring managers and executives the value of the program. If managers don’t understand the program’s value, they create inefficiencies. If executives don’t understand the program’s value, they hinder implementation. Come learn about how to best communicate to managers and executives, ensuring that proper guardrails are in place and that your program’s value is effectively communicated.

DAY 2: Future Planning: Charting a Course Forward

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020


12:25 PM Interactive Industry Roundtables (1 Round)

These interactive roundtable sessions take a deep dive into your specific industry. Engage with your peers and those who share the same challenges as you.  Learn in an intimate format from the speakers who have had an impact on their company and industry. Take control of your own event experience and don’t be shy! Ask questions (or answer them!) alongside other conference attendees who are dealing with the same challenges as you network with industry peers with very similar challenges, interests and responsibilities. 

1. Finance and Insurance
2. Retail
3. Consumer Products (including Food & Beverage)
4. Life Sciences and Health Care -  
5. Media and Entertainment
6. Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
7. Transportation and Logistics
8. Electronics, Hi-Tech and Aerospace  Jay Vilord, Global Contingent Labor, Honeywell
9. Oil, Energy and Chemical --  Dawn O’Bryan-Lamb,Senior Advisor, Supplemental Workforce Program, Southern California Edison
10. Business and Professional Services --  Greg Scherrer, Director, KPMG
11. Industrial Manufacturing
Cathy Penrod, Director of Workforce Management, Menasha Packaging

4:00 PM Presentation: The Hybrid Option — Case Study: Shared Services for Contingent Labor

Every contingent labor program is different, and sometimes, your program may not “fit the mold.” We’ll take a deep-dive into the implementation of KPMG’s in-house program and understand the motivations, and benefits, of adopting a hybrid structure. A hybrid structure may help your program:
 
• Improve onboarding efficiency
• Easily transition between suppliers
• Standardize across a distributed organization
• Remain agile between MSP, RPO, and Direct Sourcing models