Meetups are only available to Club Members.
1: Risk Mitigation Strategies: Co-Employment, Privacy and Authorization to work in the U.S. Is there a definite “time limit” on how long someone can be a contractor or temporary worker before they put your company at risk with the IRS, State Taxing agency or your company’s retirement plans? What are the potential “triggers” that can cause Co-employment Audits on your company? How will new immigration Enforcement Policies impact US work authorization? These and other headed Privacy and Co-Employment topics will be discussed with Enterprise Club Members and Expert Legal Minds. You can even invite your Corporate Counsel to hear from Mark Zishotlz, a The ClubVMSA Contingent Labor Counsel, on risk mitigation strategies. 2: Adding SOW Spend to your CW Program: SOW Spend Analysis, Pricing Models and The Evolving Value of MSP and VMS What is the “real cost” of a Statement of Work (SOW) Project? How is work allocated and the value assessed? What additional value does the VMS and MSP add to the additional statement of work programs that are brought into the systems? These and other questions and best practices will be discussed during this Meetup. If you have experience with analyzing SOW spend, and exploring unique value-added pricing models then you’ll want to attend. If you are an MSP or VMS and are encouraging your clients and prospects to “reign in” that additional $10M to 100M+ of “unclassified spend” - what will you offer for the fee you’ll be charging? This promises to be a lively, interactive and sometimes heated discussion of what it means to analyze spend.
Get a first-hand look at a brand new program paradigm that incorporates all facets of innovative solutions and talent sources. Expect to understand how direct sourcing of candidates with technology works and many other innovative trends. Be prepared to discuss how you are playing a role in transforming your CW Program Office.
In this ClubVMSA Meetup we will tear down all conceived notions and start with three basic premises: 1. Within the Enterprise “work” needs to be completed - Outputs need to happen, products need to be made, services need to be delivered, etc. 2. Outside (and sometimes within) the Enterprise there exist “skill sets and talents” that can produce the desired output 3. The Enterprise wants to connect the “skill set” with the “work” in the most efficient, manageable, cost-effective and repetitive way possible. How does the Enterprise take a “holistic” and “integrated’ view of Total Talent Management - including how managing talent throughout the process creates marketing and brand leverage for the Enterprise. $499 - all you can eat lunch!