World Staffing Summit On Demand

Re-watch all sessions from World Staffing Summit 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024 on demand

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Join our masterclass to learn: How an increasingly tight market for talent has impacted Staffline and what they’ve done to overcome such market challenges. Why Staffline believes a focus on the individual candidate experience and humanizing the high-volume workforce delivers better business outcomes. How increased automation actually enables a more personal and individual experience – as well as leading to greater gains in overall efficiency, creating a virtuous circle for candidate, worker and employer. How offering a flexible approach to communication in terms of language and channel can improve your ability to reach talent. How JoinedUp technology enables Staffline to stay compliant across tens of thousands of workers. Staffline ( is one of the UK’s leading workforce providers and recruiters. Working with blue-chip clients such as, DHL, Next, Marks & Spence, Ocado and Tesco, they screen, recruit, onboard, mobilise and manage large-scale teams of onsite staff on behalf of their clients - placing around 45,000 people into essential roles every day. This is made possible using JoinedUp’s ( workforce management solutions. JoinedUp specialises in solutions built specifically for the dynamic world of high-volume staffing. From factories and depots to hospitals and classrooms, more than 200 businesses rely on JoinedUp to manage workforce spend equating to millions of shift hours each year. Through its partnership with JoinedUp, Staffline is able to manage and deliver more than a billion US dollars in billings a year. Using the JoinedUp systems, Staffline is able to meet the ever-changing needs of their clients, matching peaks and troughs on a day-to-day basis. And while the technology and systems are critical to Staffline’s success, another essential ingredient is Staffline’s laser-like focus on humanization and striving to deliver a first-class individual worker experience.




A little over a year ago, DEI was a one-time generalized training that checked a box. Now, C-Suite executives are prioritizing DEI because it has become part of their Environmental, Social, and Corporate (ESG) strategy that is overseen by their board. Many say we’re at an inflection point: one where DEI can no longer be considered a side hustle. And, while we’ve made much progress over the past few years, gaps and vulnerabilities remain. As we look to 2022 and beyond, the grace period has expired. Organizations can no longer risk doing nothing. DEI will remain key to attracting a diverse pipeline, retaining top talent, and growing customer loyalty. In this session, you’ll hear from some of the leading staffing DEI advocates in our space: Moderated by Leslie Vickrey, CEO and Founder of ClearEdge Marketing, with panelists Sunny Ackerman, President of the Americas for SThree, Ross Cadastre, Founder and CEO at Innovative Talent Solutions and President of the Black Business & Professional Association, Don Harvey, SVP of DEI for Kforce, and Korryn Williamson, Director of DEI for Insight Global. They’ll discuss the great opportunity the staffing industry is holding in the palm of its hands, how to get buy-in and jump start your efforts, and how the employer and employee contract has changed forever. They’ll also provide real examples and stories of the impactful change they're implementing, not only for their own organizations, but also for the companies they serve.




Recordings from 2021