During these times of uncertainty employers are re-evaluating their staffing levels and keeping a close eye on labour expenditure. Accounting for over 3% of the UK‘s workforce, and growing, temporary workers are an essential resource. Providing organisations with a unique flexibility, as employers are trying to fill skill gaps without taking on permanent employees.
Recruitment Internationals’ Managing a Temporary Workforce 2009 conference offers case studies from a wealth of top employers in a range of sectors, who will discuss their experiences in managing a flexible workforce, from making cost savings, workforce planning and demand to understating new legislation.
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The “Managing a Temporary Workforce 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Examining the Current Legal Framework
Roger Tynan Partner, Employment, Pensions and Benefits
Satisfying the Legal Requirements Surrounding the Use of Temporary Labour
Alan Nolan, Former Head of Infrastructure, Government and Health for People Services
Implementation of Equal Treatment in the UK
Kevin Green, Chief Executive Recruitment & Employment
Agency Staff: Integration of demand management and workforce planning across the public sector
Georgina Aplin, Commercial Delivery Manager for Temporary Staff
Internal Supply of Non-core Labour
Valerie Raven-Hill, HR Director
Spread Your Wings: Examining the Benefits of Employability Programmes
Lucas van Wees, VP HR
|Session 7||Maximising the Value Gained From Temporary Workers
Steve Lewitt, HR Director
Siemens Mobility UK
Achieving Efficiency Savings in the Procurement of Agency Staff
Stephanie Favell, Programme Manager
How Changes to the Immigration System Will Affect You?
Hanneke Oosthuizen, Immigration Advisor
Practical Steps to Introducing a Master Vendor Contract
Debbie Dady, Head of Temporary Agency Workers