On-demand webinar

6 ways HR leaders can manage diverse teams

The contingent workforce is growing and becoming more diverse to include agencies, freelancers, gig workers and job bidders, presenting challenges to the way leaders manage their teams and track performance. In addition, for the first time, the workforce is comprised of five different generations, all working side-by-side, and all coming with varying expectations and standards of how, when and where they work.

Ultimately, employees are no longer all based in one team with one direct line manager, working 9 to 5 in the same office. They’re disparate across time zones and locations, with different line managers and goals, and in matrix style teams.

This presents both new opportunities and challenges for HR and People teams, and how they manage these teams to get the most out of them.

Join us for a live webinar to discover:

  • How the world of work is changing
  • How progressive companies are getting ahead
  • 6 fundamental ways HR and People teams can adapt

By the end of the webinar, attendees will come away with the latest insight and resource on this shift, how companies are adapting, and best practice they can use in their organizations today.

We’re in the middle of a global war for talent – and it’s a war that companies who offer flexible, remote and mobile working to employees will win. Are you ready to fight for them?

About the Presenters:

Monica WillisMonica Willis
Monica Willis is currently the head of global HR operations at SolarWinds Worldwide, LLC a leader in IT management products and services. Prior to her time at SolarWinds, she was the head of HR at Camelot Education. Over the past two decades, Monica has led each area of HR, with a passion for streamlining the way HR does business and maximizing HR’s contribution to organizational results.


Sarah HulseySarah Hulsey
Sarah Hulsey is the customer success manager for the Americas at Sage Business Cloud People, a leading provider of global cloud-based HRMS software. Prior to joining Sage, she was senior partner and director of human resources for Mindshare, a division of WPP. Sarah joined Sage Business Cloud People following a successful career in HR, having held leadership roles for organizations in a variety of industries and locations.

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