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. 

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James Stovall

James Stovall is the senior vice president of Global Strategic Accounts at Randstad. Previously he served as senior vice president of Solution Design for Randstad Sourceright, managing the development of solutions that help companies around the world address their most pressing talent challenges. An expert in building integrated talent management solutions, Stovall helps organizations optimize and execute their talent acquisition strategies across all worker types, from full-time employees to the contingent workforce. Earlier in his career, Stovall was a Deloitte Human Capital consultant for almost a decade and later spent almost three years with Home Depot helping transform its recruiting strategy, processes and technology. He has a degree in computer science from Georgia Tech, where he now sits on the Alumni Board of Trustees.

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