The Future of Work is Now. Are you Ready?

Sponsored by: KellyOCG

Mark Lanfear, Vice President and Global Practice Leader, Life Sciences Solutions, Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting Group

Tuesday - September 25, 2018 / 1:00pm ET / 10am PT
Free Event

In today’s rapidly changing market, organizations and workforce experts alike are trying to determine how the future of work will transform.

Based on conversations across the market and our in-depth research, KellyOCG has determined that there are four dimensions organizations need to consider when contemplating the “Future of Work”: technology, the workforce (including the multiple generations), the workplace, and social norms.

By taking these dimensions into account, organizations can better gain a comprehensive overview of the range of models they may want to utilize to engage and execute within their workforce plan. Further, they can assess which combination of models will drive their desired business outcomes.

Achieving a broader focus based upon all relevant information will lead to more truly informed strategies. 

Key takeaways include:

  • For life-science and healthcare organizations, there is significant opportunity as the way in which talent wants to be engaged continues to shift. Find out what they want.
  • Challenges facing companies today are complex. Organizations need to know what dimensions to look at to gain a comprehensive overview and consequently break down the complexity in order to determine what’s important to impact their workforce strategies.
  • How a forward-thinking employment-engagement model will result in the attraction and retention of desired talent for the future.

About the Sponsors

Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting Group (KellyOCG®) is the leading global advisor of talent supply chain strategies that enable companies to achieve their business goals by aligning talent strategy to business strategy across all internal and external worker categories. Core solutions include FSP, Advisory Services, CWO, RPO, Managed Services (BPO), and Career Transition.

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