Staff Management | SMX to Moderate CWS Summit Panel on Evaluating Contingent Workforce Management Models

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Panelists to Share Strategies for Driving Contingent Workforce Program Success

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Staff Management | SMX, the industry's leading provider of comprehensive workforce management solutions, is moderating a discussion at Staffing Industry Analysts' Contingent Workforce Strategies (CWS) Summit in San Diego, CA on Thursday, September 20. Panelists will share strategies for driving program success in an interactive panel "Evaluating Which Program Model Works Best for You".

Anne Osty, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Staff Management | SMX, will be joined for this interactive discussion by Margie Durham, Director of HR Talent Services, Dell, and Lisa McKillop Sourcing Manager, Raw Materials and Facilities, Pittsburgh Glass Works. Durham and McKillop will share their experience managing various contingent workforce management models, the pros and cons of each, key drivers for determining which model was right for their company and keys to success when selecting a model. Participants will leave the session with a better understanding of how to develop a sustainable contingent workforce management program.

"Our discussion will focus on the evolving contingent workplace and the array of options buyers are faced with for managing their contingent workforce," says Anne Osty. "This is a great opportunity to bring awareness and clarity to the different approaches to contingent workforce management and to allow participants to walk away with a better understanding of which strategy may work best for them."

Staff Management | SMX is also a pinnacle sponsor of the 8th annual CWS Summit which is the only event geared towards corporate buyers of contingent labor. This year's summit will be attended by over 400 professionals directly involved in contingent workforce management and will focus on best practices and real-world solutions for this crucial component of an organization's workforce. The Summit agenda is designed to allow human resources, procurement, IT or category managers to develop actionable strategies to elevate their contingent workforce management program.

About Staff Management | SMX
Founded in 1988, Staff Management | SMX is a recognized global leader in workforce management solutions. Staff Management | SMX is the pioneer of high-volume Vendor on Premise (VOP) staffing solutions and is ranked one of the top MSP providers worldwide by staffing buyers on HRO Today's 2012 Baker's Dozen for MSP providers. Staff Management | SMX solutions provide best talent, drive compliance, yield tangible savings and build sustainable value. Staff Management | SMX is ranked among the Largest Global Staffing Providers by the Staffing Industry Analysts, is the American Business Award's 2012 Company of the Year and appears on Inc. Magazine's 2012 Inc. 500 | 5000. Staff Management | SMX has been a charter member in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement IMAGE Program since 2006 and achieved Workers' Compensation Risk Certification in 2011.

About Staffing Industry Analysts
Staffing Industry Analysts is the global advisor on contingent work. Known for its independent and objective insights, the company's proprietary research, award-winning content, data, support tools, publications and executive conferences provide a competitive edge to decision-makers who supply and buy temporary staffing. In addition to temporary staffing, Staffing Industry Analysts also covers related staffing sectors. Founded in 1989, acquired by Crain Communications Inc in 2008, the company is headquartered in Mountain View, California, with offices in London, England. For more information visit: http://www.staffingindustry.com.

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For More Information:
Caroline Storey-Sabetti
Staff Management | SMX
413-256-6959
Cstorey(at)staffmanagement.com

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