[Live Q&A] - Is HR Ignoring Half the Workforce?
Don't miss this unfiltered conversation on why HR teams need better processes and strategies to manage their extended workforce.
Listen in on a chat between Jason Averbook and Thomas Otter, two of the biggest thought leaders in HR technology. They’ll challenge HR buzzwords and get into the meat of how HR can’t ignore almost half the workforce anymore. This is especially true now that Gartner identified the growth of the contingent workforce as one of the nine trends facing HR leaders post-pandemic.
Whether it's the hiring manager experience or the archaic technologies used to manage contingent workers, Jason and Thomas will pinpoint what’s broken and share potential strategies for HR leaders to adopt.
Who should join:
- HR Operations Leaders
- HR Tech Enthusiasts
- Talent Acquisition Teams
What you’ll learn:
- What’s wrong with current HR processes for the extended workforce
- Why ‘employee experience’ needs to become ‘people experience’
- How HR can better support managers’ relationship with external workers
- Why talent management leaders need new success metrics for the total workforce
Jason Averbook is a global keynote speaker, industry analyst, thought leader, and consultant on human resources and workforce experience. He is the Co-Founder and CEO of Leapgen, a digital transformation company shaping the Now of Work. Author of The Ultimate Guide to a Digital Workforce Experience ~ Leap for a Purpose, Jason seeks to broaden the executive mindset to rethink how to better design and deliver employee services that exceed the expectations of the workforce and the needs of the business.
Thomas Otter runs Otter Advisory, a bespoke firm to help buyers, builders and investors navigate the weird and wonderful world of Human Capital Management technology. Thomas built his expertise in consulting, strategy and product management as - most recently - Head of Product at SAP SuccessFactors, and at Gartner as Research Vice President. He has worked with companies from around the world, including Nestle, Woolworths Australia, Singtel, Teva, PepsiCo, Swiss RE, to name a few.