Companies are challenged managing talent supply, the global economy, and evolving human capital acquisition strategies. How do these issues impact the approach to maintaining a productive, holistic workforce? Recent survey results from leaders across the country show that workforces are fragmented, lacking centralized management and are not optimized to withstand economic turmoil or support organizational excellence.
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Monster would like to thank our presenter, Matt Rivera of Yoh.
Director, Customer Solutions, Yoh
Matt Rivera is director of customer solutions with Yoh, leading product development and technology. With more than twenty years of experience in the staffing industry, Matt focuses on developing products and services to enable customers to get the most from their talent infrastructure, from technology solutions to innovative managed services programs. Matt has worked in virtually every aspect of staffing including branch office sales and recruiting through corporate leadership positions in marketing, ebusiness, quality and project management. He has served on Monster.com’s staffing advisory group. Matt holds a degree in Journalism/Public Relations, and is a blogger on www.seamlessworkforce.com.
Sponsored by Yoh
Yoh is a business unit of Day & Zimmermann. Operating from more than 150 worldwide locations with 2.2 Billion USD in revenues, the Day & Zimmermann family of companies employs 24,000 professionals and is currently ranked as one of the largest private companies in America by Forbes and is a former winner of the U.S. National Family Business of the Year award. Founded in 1901 and headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, Day & Zimmermann companies today provide staffing services, architectural-engineering-construction services, power plant maintenance and modification services, security services, and validation services to businesses and government agencies, and munitions production, equipment maintenance and facilities management services to the Department of Defense.