Contingent Workforce - The Future of Work is Evolving (Canada)
Contingent Workforce - The Future of Work is Evolving (Canada Canadian Flag)

Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2021    |    Time: 1:15pm - 2:15pm EST    |    Cost: Complimentary
Webinar Outline

The last year drastically changed the contingent workforce recruitment and management. If we consider just how quickly "business as usual" changed, it is perhaps no surprise that workforce planning needs to be revisited. We are beyond the stage where companies were firefighting just to keep afloat. Instead, decision-makers are looking back to assess the lessons learned over the past 10 months and feeding this into future strategic resource planning.
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Webinar Outline Topics Discussed
  • What are companies currently looking for?
  • How long are contingent staff deployed?
  • Are they moved in from outside the area?
  • How is COVID 19 managed?
  • How are labour unions reacting?
  • Can I hire workers if I want to keep them?
  • What are the cost considerations?
  • What are the advantages?
  • Have the way employers view work changed?
  • Lessons learned and potential challenges?
  • What contingent workers looking for when accepting these assignments?
Who Should Attend

  • Human Resources Leaders
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Recruitment Personnel
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Webinar Panel

John Noble
Regional Vice President - Risk Mitigation

Mr. Noble is considered Canada's leading most expert in the management of Labour Disruption with over 18 years experience in the field of High Risk Security, Executive Protection, Investigations and Labour Dispute Management. With over 100 thousand hours of actual field experience. Mr. Noble also holds a wealth of experience assisting companies across North America with the development and actual execution of Business Continuity Plans. This enables him to bring a wealth of resource and experience to your board room table. Has worked extensively in the training and development of Security Professionals in the area of tactical communication, crowd management and conflict resolution across the Continent.
Joe Schollaert

Mr. Schollaert has more than 21 years of experience in the security and business continuity services industry. After graduation from college, Mr. Schollaert started his career with Allied Security, Inc. and progressed rapidly to become one of the youngest regional managers within the company. After eight years with Allied Security, Mr. Schollaert joined AFIMAC as director of operations.

As President, Schollaert has direct oversight of AFIMAC's strategic growth, sales and marketing, and operational planning and implementation. He is a member of the following associations: American Management Association (AMA), Chief Executive Network, American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS), Business Industry Continuity Emergency Planning and Preparedness (BICEPP), Ohio Association of Security and Investigative Services (OASIS), Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Sandler Sales Institute, Sales Concepts Presidents Club, and Ohio Association of Private Detective Agencies (OAPDA).

Mr. Schollaert earned bachelor degrees in criminal justice and psychology from Duquesne University.
Jim Rovers
Senior Vice President - Operations

Jim Rovers is Senior Vice President - Operations, for AFIMAC Canada. Mr. Rovers is a security practitioner having worked extensively in Canada for the past 30 years. Jim has responsibility for all of AFIMAC Canada's operations. Specialties: Labour Dispute Management, Threat Risk Assessments, Investigations, Executive Protection.
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