ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On November 7 and 8 in San Francisco, California, ZeroChaos hosted the third Re:Think Workforce conference on its world tour. The conference series brings together practitioners, suppliers, analysts and subject matter experts in the area of contingent workforce management to discuss trends, best practices, and technology innovations in the industry.
“Our Re:Think Workforce conferences provide the forum for companies to network with peers and learn from subject matter exerts about the most innovative methods for engaging contingent labor.”
Guest speakers at the San Francisco conference included Mark Grushkin from Littler Mendelson who provided insight on the legal implications of healthcare reform, and Tony Gregoire from Staffing Industry Analysts who provided an overview of the contingent workforce industry and its relationship to the fluctuating economy. Grace-Soriano Abad, Senior Director at NetApp, discussed how the MSP program at NetApp has evolved over the years and positively impacted the company’s bottom line. Grace’s story provided real-life solutions and advice for companies considering implementing an MSP program.
”We know that in order for companies to remain agile, they need insight into market changes well in advance,” stated Harold Mills, CEO. “Our Re:Think Workforce conferences provide the forum for companies to network with peers and learn from subject matter exerts about the most innovative methods for engaging contingent labor.”
The next stops on the Re:Think Workforce world tour include cities throughout North America including New York.
Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Orlando, Florida, ZeroChaos is the world’s largest vendor-neutral managed services provider. Built on innovation, ZeroChaos solutions are at work in over 96 countries across the globe, successfully serving a variety of clients. ZeroChaos is one of the largest and fastest growing firms in the country. For more information on ZeroChaos, please http://www.zerochaos.com/ and follow CEO Harold Mills on Twitter at http://twitter.com/haroldmills.