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In this short, but insight-packed webinar, we explore the range of potential cost-saving initiatives that can be leveraged through your contingent/contractor workforce; from supply chain spend to contractor spend and many cost-saving initiatives in between. Plus, how these initiatives work in practice.
Meet the hosts
Paul King - Managing Director at Gattaca Solutions
Paul has been helping companies design, deploy and evolve their contingent workforce solutions for over 16 years. With cost being a critical factor in business, Paul works with clients to create and deliver cost-effective solutions that provide the people, processes and technology that businesses need to thrive.
James Parnell - Certified Contingent Workforce Practitioner at Gattaca Solutions
With over 15 years’ hands-on recruitment experience and a Certified Contingent Workforce Practitioner title to his name, James provides consultancy to businesses looking to overcome workforce and talent acquisition challenges.
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