At SAP Fieldglass, the industry’s leading provider of services procurement and external workforce management technology, our business has grown as a direct result of the boom of the external workforce. According to a recent CNBC article, “Fifty-four percent of the talent in business today is made up of traditional workers, but by 2017 that percentage will be down to 41 percent.” These external workers are no longer only leveraged when a company needs to quickly fill a short term gap in their labor. They are now part of the overall total workforce strategy alongside full time employees. As such, it is becoming increasingly important that firms can see the big picture when it comes to their labor. Seeing only non-employees or only full-time employees can limit their understanding of their total workforce and can potentially impact the ability to make smart business decisions.
Together with SAP SuccessFactors, we’re hosting an interactive discussion at SAPPHIRE NOW to address why total talent management is important, how it can benefit your organization, and how HR and Procurement can partner together on this strategic initiative. We look forward to speaking with you and learning your answers to questions like:
- What have you done to solve the challenge?
- What roadblocks have you faced in attempting to get a complete picture of your total talent?
- What is your long term vision on the topic?
We’ll also share the trends we’re seeing and how the integration of our two solutions can assist in addressing these challenges.
Attendees should expect to gain information about best practices for total talent management as well as come to share lessons learned. Our goal is to provide an understanding of how to approach the conversation around a total workforce strategy, who will likely be involved in the discussion, and its momentum as a hot topic in the marketplace.
Join us in session LB33938, Attain Total Talent Management, to have an interactive discussion about why it’s essential you get a holistic view of your total workforce.