27th September, 2016 to 28th September, 2016 @ Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney, Jamison Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The Gig Workforce is here! These freelancers move from project to project inspired by the freedom to work where they want, when they want and for how much they want. It’s not just UBER drivers or part-time bloggers that are gig workers, in fact in 2015, 32% of Australians participated in some kind of freelance work and it’s predicted to rise. Globally, it’s a $300 billion exercise procuring non-employee workers. New technologies and online contractor marketplaces have arisen and laws are changing to accommodate the new style of worker.
Even for the most mature contingent function, the landscape is changing. It is critical now more than ever that all businesses prepare themselves for the dawn of a ‘new world of work’.
Who should attend?
Talent Acquisition Leaders, Contingent Workforce Recruiters and Procurement Managers.
There’s something for everyone at #CWF2016, whether you have a mature contingent function, are evolving or just starting on your journey. Key reasons to attend include:
It’s also an opportunity to engage with peers who face similar challenges and goals and to collaborate, share and learn!
Click here to download PDF agenda.
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Jason Eagleton, Group Manager, People & Culture, Evolution Mining
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Brooke Fitzgerald, Recruitment Business Partner, Evolution Mining
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Dympna Austin, Manager, Recruitment Consultants Team, CSIRO
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Ugo De Gori, Lead Recruitment Consultant, The University of Sydney
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