CW Ops

Thursday, April 15, 2021


Keynote & Breakouts: 2:00 - 3:15 ET
1-1 Networking: 3:30 - 5:00 ET

Staffing Firms receive Four 1-1s with MSPs while supplies last.  50% off for Club members. MSPs meet with 8 staffing executives.

*This is the official replacement for the In-person 2020 MSP/Supplier Summit*

Ready to scale your staffing businesses and on-site CW programs within a high-volume global model? 

Staffing Leaders collaborate with your MSP and Buyer Guides as they prepare you to support the largest contingent workforce programs in the world.

Operations discussions involve..

  • Supplier Optimization
  • Contractor processes and engagement
  • Workflow, Req flow, order fulfillment
  • Legal and compliance

Optimization discussions involve..

  • Total Talent Management
  • Leveraging Technology
  • Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Alignment w/Corporate Initiatives (D&I, etc).

Who should attend?

  1. Staffing Owners, Executives and Solutions Sales
  2. Managed Service Provider (MSP) Execs and Managers
  3. Internally managed CW Program leads from F1000
"Thanks for hosting that event yesterday! I learned quite a bit, and made some solid connections that have led to follow up meetings. Can't wait for the next one!"

Professional Facilitation

45-mins of dialogue with takeaways and actions

60-minutes of 1:1 Meetings

5 12-min private Meetings with video

Nice MSP : Supplier Ratios

50:50 MSP:Suppliers

FREE Tickets Available

Free for first 20 attendees

Program (ET timing)

  • 2:00 Welcome
  • 2:05 Keynote: 360 Degrees of Contingent Labor Measurement
    Join us in a discussion around program metrics: What’s working and what isn’t? How do you properly incent all contributors and stakeholders to codify your program goals?  With Jimmy Iannuzzi, nTech
  • 2:20 Breakouts in 2 Rounds (See below)
  • 3:15 Zoom Program Concludes
  • 3:30 1-1s begin
  • 5:00 1-1s conclude

Small Group Breakouts (6)


Worker Retention in a Stimulus Market

How can we improve worker retention especially in lower wage industrial roles?

Cara Kresge, Guidant Global; Chelette Payne and Christine Rew, Phillips 66


What so-called 'Best Practices' drive you nuts?

Tenure management, performance metrics, contact with hiring managers, etc…

Steve Dern, Evaluent Talent Solutions


Meaningful Metrics & Predictive Analytics

So many metrics to manage… Which are the ones that really matter and how can we improve them?

Jean-Marie Medina, DTCC; Salema Rice, GRI and Jimmy Iannuzzi, nTech Workforce


Benefits of Large vs. Small Supply Base

Round robin sharing of why and when different size supplier lists work.

Kristin Clewes, nextSource


Suppliers' View of VMS Effectiveness

Have your voice heard.  Share your insights on VMS productivity, effectiveness and usability.

Nick Clagnaz, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Karen Bruns and Cheryl Tracz, Draper Jones


Diversity Dialogue

How to show diversity as a differentiator when you are not diversity owned.

Karen Maarouf, Workforce Logiq

Featured Attendees

Aaron Cohen

Workforce Logiq
Director, Supplier Relations

Adam Nowaczynski

Johnson Controls
Sr. Global Indirect Category Manager Contingent Labor

Andy Olsen

Guidant Global
Supplier Relationship Manager

Bradley Pierson

Hays Talent Solutions
Managing Director, Americas

Brian Clark

Sr. Vice President

Cara Kresge

Guidant Global
Director, Global Service Excellence

Chelette Payne

Phillips 66
Sr. Contracts Specialist

Cheryl Tracz

Draper Jones
Solutions Achiever

Christine Rew

Phillips 66
Total Rewards Advisor

Diana Doro

VP of Enterprise Solutions, TTM

Jean-Marie Medina

Global Lead, Talent Acquisition Operations

Jody Mohammed

Geometric Results
VP, Partnerships & Solutions

Karen Bruns

Draper Jones

Karen Maarouf

Workforce Logiq
Vice President, Supplier Relations

Kristin Clewes

VP Workforce Solutions

Liana McGrath

Randstad Sourceright
Sr. Director, Client Services

Lisa Quattrini

Workforce Logiq
EVP, Enterprise Solutions

Michael Kilburg

Geometric Results
Supplier Relations Lead

Michael Matherly

SVP Strategy

Nick Clagnaz

Broadridge Financial Solutions
Sr. Director, Talent Acquisition

Richard Keith

Senior Operations Manager

Steve Dern

Evaluent Talent Solutions
EVP, Talent Solutions

Salema Rice

Geometric Results
Chief Data Officer


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