SAN FRANCISCO, CA – iWorkGlobal, an authority in global workforce management, announced today that CEO and co-founder Jeff Phelps will be a featured speaker at the 2019 Collaboration in the Gig Economy conference, taking place this September.
Hosted by SIA, the 4th annual Collaboration in the Gig Economy brings the future of work into sharp focus as the fastest-growing, leading-edge conference of its kind. Attendees connect with solutions, business models and world-renowned experts in a collaborative and innovative setting designed to enhance their ability to find, engage and optimize talent for this dynamic new world of work
Jeff, along with three other esteemed panelists, will address: The Gig Economy and the Talent Supply Chain: Where Next? on September 12, 2019 at 8:30am.
Phelps, a pioneer in HR, payrolling and 1099 compliance, has over 30 years of experience successfully building and leading innovative human capital management organizations. He is a recognized industry expert in contingent workforce management, having led organizations responsible for the design, development, implementation, and management of comprehensive workforce management programs. Under his leadership, iWorkGlobal has become a global leader in employer of record, independent contractor classification, and agent of record services, enabling companies to expand and manage their workforce quickly, simply and compliantly—anywhere in the U.S. and in 165 countries around the world.
“I am thrilled to be participating at this year’s Collaboration in the Gig Economy conference” said Phelps. “With the many legislation changes around the world and increased numbers of contingent workers, the topic will provide for a riveting and important discussion. It is an incredible honor to be sharing the panel with fellow experts who have helped shape the industry.”
Founded in 1989, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) is the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions. Their proprietary research covers all categories of employed and non-employed work including temporary staffing, independent contracting and other types of contingent labor.
“The global gig economy is a $3 trillion marketplace,” said Barry Asin, President of SIA. “The world is moving to a more flexible, on-demand workforce; and all players in the talent supply chain are impacted. We are excited to bring everyone together again this year to explore the seismic shifts and the ripple effects across the industry. In an increasingly tech-driven world, the future belongs to those who get partnerships and collaboration right.”
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