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AtWork Group, a rapidly growing national staffing franchise, announced today that company president and COO Jason Leverant will be a featured speaker at the 2018 Collaboration in the Gig Economy Conference, taking place this October.
Hosted by Staffing Industry Analysts, the 3rd annual Collaboration in the Gig Economy conference 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.
Mr. Leverant will serve as a panelist for the session Will Online Platforms Rule the World? The Staffing vs. Platform Disruption Debate on October 5 at 12 p.m.
“As the economy continues to remain in positive territory, unemployment remains extremely low, and employers continue to adapt to the changing workforce, many people are curious about the growing impact of the “gig economy” and what the future holds in that ecosystem,” said Leverant. “I’m excited to have the privilege of speaking at SIA’s Collaboration in the Gig Economy event and discussing these topics and more as we explore how online staffing platforms may (or may not) create a game-changing paradigm shift for traditional staffing firms!”
“Our impressive lineup of speakers brings together vast expertise and experience to help us address the advances and shifts that are redefining the way work is done around the world,” said Ursula Williams, Executive Vice President of SIA. “As work is no longer strictly defined as direct hire or contingent, all iterations of how, when and where people choose to work require new ways of managing talent programs and a new understanding of what it takes to successfully manage a flexible, on-demand workforce. This game-changing event will further that understanding significantly.”