Fieldglass Hosting Webinar on Evolution of Johnson & Johnson’s Contingent Labor Program
– Webinar Will Showcase the Company’s Holistic Approach to Managing its Flexible Workforce
LONDON, April 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Fieldglass, Inc., the leading technology provider to procure and manage contingent labor and services, is hosting a webinar tomorrow on the successes and lessons learned from Johnson & Johnson’s contingent labor program in Europe. The event, part of Staffing Industry Analysts’ webinar series, is titled “Quest for the Talent Grail: The Evolution of the J&J Programme” and will take place tomorrow at 3 pm BST/10 am EDT.
Through a case study of Johnson & Johnson’s sophisticated contingent labor program, attendees will learn how to negotiate Europe’s evolving and highly-competitive contract worker landscape to acquire top talent. Presenters will also discuss the benefits of a holistic approach to acquiring contract labor, including temporary workers, Statements of Work (SOWs) and other project-based workers, and independent contractors.
- Ann Snoeys, Category Manager CLPS, Consulting Labour & Professional Services, Johnson & Johnson
- Ton Mulders, Director, Strategic Solutions Europe, Staffing Industry Analysts
- Matt Wagner, Manager, Professional Services, Fieldglass Europe
Registration is required to join this complimentary event; you can register online here.
ABOUT FIELDGLASS, INC.
Fieldglass, Inc. provides the leading SaaS platform to procure and manage contingent workers, services such as Statement of Work projects, independent contractors, and specialized talent pools. The highly-configurable product suite provides transparency into the entire workforce and helps companies optimize program performance and make more strategic labor decisions.
Backed by proven experience and the industry’s largest customer base, Fieldglass serves Global 2000 firms in nearly 80 countries. Customers such as Johnson & Johnson, Monsanto, Rio Tinto, salesforce.com and GlaxoSmithKline realise greater efficiencies, control spend, improve quality and enforce compliance. For more information, visit www.fieldglass.com.
CONTACT: Stephanie Degenais of Fieldglass, Inc., +1-312-279-8081, firstname.lastname@example.org