Contingent workforce management strategies are redefining the employer/employee relationship, but knowing how and where to begin are the first few steps. During this spotlight webinar, we’ll hear from human resource leaders about how they developed and implemented a contingent workforce strategy for their organization and the impact it has had not only on talent acquisition, but also on overall business performance.
During this spotlight webinar attendees will:
- Define contingent workforce
- Explore management strategies that support a contingent workforce program
- Note the critical elements for consideration when establishing a contingent workforce
- Hear the benefits an organization can gain from establishing a contingent workforce strategy
Gary Campbell - Principal, Impact2Lead
Gary Campbell has more than 20 years of human resources and leadership-related experience. He became professionally certified in 1995 as a Professional in Human Resources before attaining his Senior Professional in Human Resources in 1998. Campbell is the principal for Impact2Lead, a leadership and professional services consulting firm and also serves as the interim CEO for Johnson Health Center. Prior to his current positions, he was the head of procurement operations services for Bayer in Pittsburgh. There Campbell led a team focused on enterprise-wide contingent labor staffing and procurement operations. He came to Bayer after leading the consolidation of contingent labor activity across all business functions in the United States as vice president of service and quality at Ensemble Chimes Global. He served as manager of human resources for LexisNexis in Charlottesville, Virginia, prior to leaving for ECG. Campbell is a Certified Go-Giver speaker/coach through Burg Communications.
Campbell received his Bachelor of Science degree in human resources development and his MBA from Averett University in Danville, Virginia. He serves on the Lynchburg Regional SHRM board of directors and has led speaking engagements and panel discussions on career planning and staffing throughout his career. Campbell remains active with Staffing Industry Analysts in the area of contingent workforce planning as a guest author.