Is the Gig Economy a Fleeting Fad, or an Enduring Legacy?

Course

Ready to have a frank discussion about the current state and future of the gig economy with input from experts who are obsessive about trends and stats in this arena? This highly interactive session will give you the most topical insights in the marketplace on this Fourth Industrial Revolution. Best of all, you’ll learn not only the benefits to companies of a contingent workforce but how real gig workers feel about their careers as independent workers.

What you will learn:

  • How organizations are changing and adapting their talent attraction efforts to harness on-demand talent
  • Why brand and the value of an engagement is as important as attracting direct employees
  • The latest trends and impacts of the rewards and recognition of this growing group of independent workers
  • How to consider the convergence of talent communities when aligning your operating models and systems

There’s pre homework for this highly interactive session, which we’ll hope you’ll take advantage of (but it’s not required). Once you’re registered, you’ll be able to download a report (an eight-minute read) that will provide context and likely spark questions.

Learning Options

Virtual Classroom

Live online instructor-led delivery of course materials including real-time interaction with a subject-matter expert and peers — no travel required!

Course

Member: $395 USD

$525 USD

Instructors

Julie Bugala

Senior Vice President, Talent
Centene

Julie is currently SVP, Talent at Centene with oversight for enterprise-wide Recruitment and Talent Management.  In this role she is responsible for delivering large scale, global-centric talent strategies and programs aligned with the business priorities to drive company growth through intentional talent identification and development approaches.  She oversee all aspects of talent key practices including annual talent reviews, succession management including c-suite, performance management, HR Research and assessments, and learning and leadership development. 

Geoff Dubiski

Executive Director, People Advisory Services
Ernst & Young

Geoff Dubiski is an executive director in EY’s Global People Advisory Practice and serves as a subject matter advisor for talent strategy, HR optimization and technology. He has led HR transformations in the areas of HR operating models, BPO/HRO and technology enablement, and has helped clients navigate the markets in due diligence, design and evaluation of services, providers and metrics within HRO/RPO/CWS/VMS. Dubiski’s 25 years of HR experience, include multiple client engagements, from solution design and scoping to due diligence, vendor discovery and transition for organizations of more than 50,000 employees with global footprints spanning 25 to 120 countries.

Course Credits & Certifications

  • Recertification
    .25 Credits

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