Today's Buyer

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Join this monthly webinar where Contingent Workforce Buyers share what makes them successful.

Learn how to lead these 20 initiatives:

  1. Facilitate Supplier Optimization
  2. Gain adoption from suppliers and internal resources through change mgmt
  3. Transform an existing program to ensure satisfaction
  4. Labor spend & categorization
  5. Program strategy, business case, and decision making
  6. Internal / External management of the program
  7. Implement and manage Direct Sourcing
  8. Understand importance of IC/Compliance & how it impacts your org.
  9. How and when you should implement Statement of Work (SOW)
  10. What is a Total workforce management strategy and is my Org ready?
  11. How to select, manage and optimize your MSP
  12. What should your program SLAs be? For suppliers and MSP
  13. Do you need an EOR / AOR provider that is separate from your MSP?
  14. Which Vendor Management System is right for you
  15. New Technologies and trends in the contingent workforce space
  16. Program Management
  17. Vendor Selection & Negotiations
  18. Globalization: EMEA, LATAM, APAC
  19. Supplier Diversity
  20. Workforce Diversity

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“Whether you are just starting out at procurement or talent acquisition or have been at it for decades, we all need to be open to new ideas that work.  This is what Today’s Buyer is all about. If there is a better way that saves me time or increases my chances of satisfying my internal stakeholders (and saving money), I’m all for it. Am I right?”

-Jeannine Parise, Creator of Today’s Buyer

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