2nd September, 2014 to 3rd September, 2014 @ Rydges on Swanston Hotel, Swanston Street, Carlton, Victoria, Australia
The Rise of the Flexible Workforce – Moving beyond efficiency to create a quality contingent workforce.
Many organisations are improving their contingent workforce functions. Why? Because improving Contingent Workforce recruitment and operation offers immense cost savings, reduces risk, and improves productivity. Click here to download #CWF2014 brochure.
Key issues for organisations managing a contingent workforce include:
Now in its third year, this conference is for organisations who want to improve their contingent workforce functions and is designed for talent managers, HR and procurement professionals who wish to take their contingent workforce programs to the next level.
This Conference, features three tracks:
Strategy: A contingent workforce strategy that aligns to your business drivers, ensures success and meets stakeholders needs. This track has topics on best-in-class contingent workforce models, diversity, workforce planning, RPO or DIY, contingent business case development and the future of contingent work.
Process: The future of contingent workforce management is about process simplification – optimising and aligning processes to generate better quality output for the least effort. This track will feature case studies and discussions on, managing your MSP, simplifying your contingent processes, driving savings and reducing risk, simplifying RFPs, statement of work versus using consultants and financing your contingent workforce.
Technology & Analytics: Technology is continually innovating the operation of the contingent workforce. There are a range of VMS and ATS options and how these are configured, used and integrated is critical to managing and measuring success. Topics in this track include selecting a VMS, assessing and gaining a quality contingent workforce, killer contingent workforce metrics, who owns the data in your VMS and contingent workforce reporting.
“ Relevant, engaging, awesome people & awesome vibe! ”
Caroline Peak, Sourcing & Branding Manager
“ ATC2017 – A talent acquisition event not to be missed. Content, speakers and networking second to none for the talent community. ”
Cathy Riach, Recruitment & Resourcing Manager, BAE Systems
“ ATC2017 – Its great to have the time to immerse yourself in this space. Its the one time of your to remove yourself from the day to day and look forward. ”
Jason Eagleton, Group Manager, People & Culture, Evolution Mining
“ Really loved the ATC in 2017! It’s really energising to chat with industry peers and meet with cool new start ups!Todd Wheatland’s The Cult of Work, Sue Langley’s lessons from neuroscience and the innovation and creativity session from Colleen Cuthbert were particular standouts! ”
Liz Duncan, Recruitment Manager, UniSuper
“ ATC2017 – The ATC conference was a valuable event to engage with other leaders in the industry and discuss trends, insights and future predictions for Talent Acquisition. ”
Carla Cations, Talent Acquisition Lead, Queensland Urban Utilities
“ ATC2017 – Overall a really good two days, it was great hearing from different representatives from the industry about what they are doing and challenges they are facing. ”
Brooke Fitzgerald, Recruitment Business Partner, Evolution Mining
“ ATC2017 – The event was great. I come cross some really great insights and thought the stalls offered this year were exceptional. ”
Shauna Tunstall, Operation Manager Internal Recruitment, Australia Post
“ If your not willing to disrupt the market and attract talent into your organisation, then someone else is going to disrupt and take away the talent for you! ”
Fiona Magnus, Talent Acquisition Team Leader
“ ATC2017 – Thought provoking and insightful, real world take-aways and evidence-based results, fantastic event! ”
Anne Nield, Recruitment Team Leader, Monash University
“ ATC2017 – Great opportunity to get an understanding of emerging trends, tools and to talk to like-minded recruitment specialists. ”
Dympna Austin, Manager, Recruitment Consultants Team, CSIRO