a total talent approach is critical to workforce transformation

August 22, 2016 James Stovall

The transformation of the workforce isn’t on its way; it has arrived, and companies aren’t ready. How do you shift from an employee centric view of the talent universe to a view of workers as a mix of employees, contingent workforce, freelancers and statement-of-work (SOW) workers? In this blog published in Staffing Industry Review, Randstad Sourceright’s James Stovall explains how adopting the total talent approach should be a priority for organizations seeking to leverage talent as a business advantage. 

About the Author

James Stovall

James Stovall, Vice President, Integrated Talent Management, helps clients build, optimize and execute their talent strategy across their entire workforce. He is recognized for using data, industry leading practices, and innovation to help clients transform their talent approach. He is VP in Randstad’s Integrated Talent Solutions Group and was previously a Deloitte Human Capital consultant for almost decade. You can follow him on Twitter @JFSIV.

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