2021 Staffing World All-Access Recordings Package

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Access the session recordings for the 2021 Staffing World Conference on September 28-30, 2021 which includes Breakout sessions and all Knowledge Hub recorded sessions.  (Does not include Pre-con sessions or Keynote sessions)

 

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    Don’t miss this always-popular Staffing World tech solutions roundup—your chance to get expert views from some of the staffing industry’s top tech experts on the latest tools for client and candidate attraction as well as engagement, recruitment, retention, and back-office operations. You’ll learn about the newest tech solutions that address the industry’s most pressing challenges through rapid-fire presentations showcasing these solutions (some of which you can later explore in the expo hall). You’ll leave this session with the insights you need to make the right technology decisions to optimize your operations and drive your business.

    Don’t miss this always-popular Staffing World tech solutions roundup—your chance to get expert views from some of the staffing industry’s top tech experts on the latest tools for client and candidate attraction as well as engagement, recruitment, retention, and back-office operations. You’ll learn about the newest tech solutions that address the industry’s most pressing challenges through rapid-fire presentations showcasing these solutions (some of which you can later explore in the expo hall). You’ll leave this session with the insights you need to make the right technology decisions to optimize your operations and drive your business.



    Session sponsored by Citizen’s

    Jim Essey, CSP, president and CEO, The TemPositions Group of Cos.; Hope Bradford, senior director, IT, Kelly Services; Tom Erb, CSP, president, Tallann Resources LLC; David Francis, director of research , Talent Tech Labs

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    ​Employee onboarding affects every company. For some, this means struggling through piles of paperwork just to get a worker in the door. For others, onboarding can be a smooth introduction to the company, and a jumpstart on a productive workday. We’ll explore the differences between the two extremes of onboarding, how consistency goes a long way toward a better process, and how technology can make the whole experience better for both the company and the worker.

    Employee onboarding affects every company. For some, this means struggling through piles of paperwork just to get a worker in the door. For others, onboarding can be a smooth introduction to the company, and a jumpstart on a productive workday. We’ll explore the differences between the two extremes of onboarding, how consistency goes a long way toward a better process, and how technology can make the whole experience better for both the company and the worker.

    Ben Olson, CEO, Essium

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    In the last 12 months, we’ve seen explosive growth in certain staffing software—particularly staffing platforms as a service. With Covid accelerating the pace of digital transformation in the industry, and new entrants providing candidates with more self-serve options, agencies find themselves at a crossroads: Transform or get left behind. And when making the choice to digitally transform, there are a few options that staffing agencies have. Build new software or buy it. Both options have their advantages, and we can see success playing out in either direction, but how do firms know which is the right decision for them? And what if they didn’t have to choose but instead could have the best of both worlds? In this session, presenter Rohan Jacob will dive into what to expect from building your own solution (where typical off-the-shelf solutions might fall short of solving your problems), and the advantages of customizable software that can solve your firm’s specific problems without you needing to resource yourself as a software development company.

    In the last 12 months, we’ve seen explosive growth in certain staffing software—particularly staffing platforms as a service. With Covid accelerating the pace of digital transformation in the industry, and new entrants providing candidates with more self-serve options, agencies find themselves at a crossroads: Transform or get left behind. And when making the choice to digitally transform, there are a few options that staffing agencies have. Build new software or buy it. Both options have their advantages, and we can see success playing out in either direction, but how do firms know which is the right decision for them? And what if they didn’t have to choose but instead could have the best of both worlds? In this session, presenter Rohan Jacob will dive into what to expect from building your own solution (where typical off-the-shelf solutions might fall short of solving your problems), and the advantages of customizable software that can solve your firm’s specific problems without you needing to resource yourself as a software development company.

    Rohan Jacob, founder and CEO, TimeSaved

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    During these momentous times, digital transformation is key. Across the staffing industry, we hear about the struggle to transform from a reactive to proactive organization that can respond to changes in the market, customer needs, and within their own business. The technology choices your staffing firm makes can dictate the outcome—your future. The right platform can enable efficiencies within your staffing business; create new models to differentiate your products and services; allow you to work virtually in new markets; and grow despite constraints, reaching new clients and talent. Microsoft has seen incredible growth just in the past year of Dynamics 365, a group of cloud-based applications for managing everything from marketing automation, sales, ATS, and other operations; and the Power Platform, “intelligent business process automation as a first-class platform.” Microsoft has allocated hundreds of millions of dollars in our business cloud that powers business transformation across markets and industries and helps organizations solve difficult problems. Staffing is no exception.

    During these momentous times, digital transformation is key. Across the staffing industry, we hear about the struggle to transform from a reactive to proactive organization that can respond to changes in the market, customer needs, and within their own business. The technology choices your staffing firm makes can dictate the outcome—your future. The right platform can enable efficiencies within your staffing business; create new models to differentiate your products and services; allow you to work virtually in new markets; and grow despite constraints, reaching new clients and talent. Microsoft has seen incredible growth just in the past year of Dynamics 365, a group of cloud-based applications for managing everything from marketing automation, sales, ATS, and other operations; and the Power Platform, “intelligent business process automation as a first-class platform.” Microsoft has allocated hundreds of millions of dollars in our business cloud that powers business transformation across markets and industries and helps organizations solve difficult problems. Staffing is no exception.

    Jonathan Marcer, commercial director, 1Staff by Professional Advantage

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    Office culture is important, not just from a talent acquisition and retention standpoint, but as a strategic advantage: building a positive external brand and trying to be a company that your customers or candidates want to work with. And according to StaffingHub’s 2021 “State of Staffing” report, one of the biggest challenges cited by staffing executives today is managing and retaining office culture—and with recruiter turnover up to a whopping 25%, it’s now a challenge that has a definitive impact on costs and productivity. Plus, Covid has been creating a host of new challenges for building culture, with many firms being remote and taking hybrid approaches. In this Tech Talk, presenter Shawn Gaines will walk through some of the most effective ways both managers and recruiters can introduce and evangelize technology to cultivate office culture, making it easier (and more fun) for your team to do their jobs, wherever they’re located.

    Office culture is important, not just from a talent acquisition and retention standpoint, but as a strategic advantage: building a positive external brand and trying to be a company that your customers or candidates want to work with. And according to StaffingHub’s 2021 “State of Staffing” report, one of the biggest challenges cited by staffing executives today is managing and retaining office culture—and with recruiter turnover up to a whopping 25%, it’s now a challenge that has a definitive impact on costs and productivity. Plus, Covid has been creating a host of new challenges for building culture, with many firms being remote and taking hybrid approaches. In this Tech Talk, presenter Shawn Gaines will walk through some of the most effective ways both managers and recruiters can introduce and evangelize technology to cultivate office culture, making it easier (and more fun) for your team to do their jobs, wherever they’re located.


    Shawn Gaines, chief marketing officer, Able

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    Staffing platforms have emerged in many different shapes and sizes over the last few years, with most being centered around the growing gig economy. But there is still a lot to be understood about how staffing platforms fit into the industrial staffing sector—including what platforms are available and who is focused on empowering the staffing agency versus disrupting it. In this Tech Talk, presenter Andrew Zarkadas will explain how these platforms can benefit industrial staffing, and four key strategies to supercharge your business by using them.

    Staffing platforms have emerged in many different shapes and sizes over the last few years, with most being centered around the growing gig economy. But there is still a lot to be understood about how staffing platforms fit into the industrial staffing sector—including what platforms are available and who is focused on empowering the staffing agency versus disrupting it. In this Tech Talk, presenter Andrew Zarkadas will explain how these platforms can benefit industrial staffing, and four key strategies to supercharge your business by using them.


    Andrew Zarkadas, senior vice president of sales, WurkNow Inc.

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    The business case for diversity and inclusion has been researched and documented extensively over the last decade. Organizational growth has always been dependent on talent and innovation. Going beyond the usual programs and approaches, the future of business growth will be directly tied to leaders’ abilities to build and lead inclusive high-performing teams. As a result, consulting organizations have added inclusion and diversity practices to their product offerings as companies seek expertise in addressing what is often their greatest gap. Leadership is about people; diversity is about decisions. Applying practical and sustainable diversity solutions across an enterprise is the answer to real progress. Come hear from leaders who have a legacy of delivering diversity and inclusion results for their organizations.

    The business case for diversity and inclusion has been researched and documented extensively over the last decade. Organizational growth has always been dependent on talent and innovation. Going beyond the usual programs and approaches, the future of business growth will be directly tied to leaders’ abilities to build and lead inclusive high-performing teams. As a result, consulting organizations have added inclusion and diversity practices to their product offerings as companies seek expertise in addressing what is often their greatest gap. Leadership is about people; diversity is about decisions. Applying practical and sustainable diversity solutions across an enterprise is the answer to real progress. Come hear from leaders who have a legacy of delivering diversity and inclusion results for their organizations.


    Session sponsored by the ASA IDEA Group

    Roz Hudnell, former vice president of human resources, chief diversity officer, and president, Intel Foundation; Joyce Russell, president, Adecco Group US Foundation

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    Did you know that bots saw a 92% use increase since 2019, making it the brand communication channel with the largest growth? Or, that 82% of employers rated employee referrals above all other sources for generating the best return on investment?

    Did you know that bots saw a 92% use increase since 2019, making it the brand communication channel with the largest growth? Or, that 82% of employers rated employee referrals above all other sources for generating the best return on investment? Join Chris Kennedy for this Tech Talk and learn how to combine these two powerful tools—bot technology and viral referrals—to

    • Provide engaging experiences for your candidates while generating cost savings for your company
    • Create new talent channels through viral referrals and crowdsourcing
    • Streamline candidate intake processes
    • Make quicker, better hiring decisions with enriched candidate profile creation
    • Perform automated ranking and routing of the right candidates to the proper recruiters


    Chris Kennedy, VP of sales, WorkLLama


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    Business texting is a major touchpoint for candidate engagement. Texting is pivotal business communication. Now, the largest phone carriers—Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T—are moving forward with a new set of rules surrounding business texting, called A2P 10DLC (Application-to-Person 10-Digit-Long-Code). The carriers say they’ve developed these rules out of a concern for customers who have received unwanted mass text messages. These rules will mean new realities, new requirements, and new benefits—an altogether changed landscape for business texting. Thankfully, JobDiva is here to clear up these new rules and how they affect you. In this Tech Talk, Sabbagh will discuss what the carriers expect from you; how your ATS provider can help you through the 10DLC registration process; how to stay compliant with 10DLC; and more. You’ll come away knowing what the future of business texting has in store—what to expect, and how to prepare for it.

    Business texting is a major touchpoint for candidate engagement. Texting is pivotal business communication. Now, the largest phone carriers—Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T—are moving forward with a new set of rules surrounding business texting, called A2P 10DLC (Application-to-Person 10-Digit-Long-Code). The carriers say they’ve developed these rules out of a concern for customers who have received unwanted mass text messages. These rules will mean new realities, new requirements, and new benefits—an altogether changed landscape for business texting. Thankfully, JobDiva is here to clear up these new rules and how they affect you. In this Tech Talk, Sabbagh will discuss what the carriers expect from you; how your ATS provider can help you through the 10DLC registration process; how to stay compliant with 10DLC; and more. You’ll come away knowing what the future of business texting has in store—what to expect, and how to prepare for it.


    Cynthia Sabbagh, client solutions manager, JobDiva


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    The tech recruiting industry has bounced back, with many teams seeing a demand in technical talent up 25% over pre-Covid rates. In order to meet this moment, recruiters must be able to have effective, credible interviews with technical talent. Stop leaving money on the table and learn how to take the guesswork out of your technical interviews. Join Alison Daley as she takes you on a crash course to effective technical interviews. In just 10 minutes, you will learn the Alignment Framework™ and details that will deliver you the confidence and credibility to interview any type of technical specialist, every time.

    The tech recruiting industry has bounced back, with many teams seeing a demand in technical talent up 25% over pre-Covid rates. In order to meet this moment, recruiters must be able to have effective, credible interviews with technical talent. Stop leaving money on the table and learn how to take the guesswork out of your technical interviews. Join Alison Daley as she takes you on a crash course to effective technical interviews. In just 10 minutes, you will learn the Alignment Framework™ and details that will deliver you the confidence and credibility to interview any type of technical specialist, every time.

    Alison Daley, founder and CEO, Recruiting Innovation