The New Labor Model for Finance: How Leading CFOs Are Sourcing Talent in the Digital Age
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Future accounting and finance functions will be significantly different from the past, as will the staffing needs and demands they face. In response, the labor model will include multiple sources for skills and experience. How will these trends and factors such as robotics, automation and the human cloud impact management’s ability to create and maintain a competitive, agile workforce? How will they impact business models and labor pools? How might they impact your company? This presentation will cover these questions and:
- Examine the labor model companies are adopting,
- Review evolving skill sets
- Learn how to hire for and develop new skill sets
Executive Director of Robert Half Management Resources
Jason Flanders is the executive director of Robert Half Management Resources. A division of Robert Half, Robert Half Management Resources is the world’s premier provider of senior-level accounting, finance and business systems professionals on a project and interim basis.
Flanders joined Robert Half in 2005 as a branch manager in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has since taken on roles with increased responsibilities. He assumed the executive director position in 2019 and oversees strategy, operations and business development for more than 140 offices worldwide.
An alumnus of Clemson University, Flanders has worked with leading professional associations, including chapters of Financial Executives International and Institute of Management Accountants.
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
NOON – 1:00 PM Greeting and Presentation
1:00 pm – 1:30 PM Networking
Registration closes Tuesday, March 30th at 10:00 AM
One (1.0) CPE credit available. Field of Study: TBA
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