Using the Gig Economy to Enhance the Power of Your Talent Strategy – NEW!


Prying the lid off the gig economy: understand how the new workforce shapes your brand, operating model and talent strategy.

Temp. Freelancer. Contractor. Contingent. 1099er. Consultant… Gig worker. According to a report from Intuit, the gig economy represents 34% of the workforce.

How can businesses best harness the gig economy to drive revenue while doing right by gig workers and full-time staff? It’s crucial to understand how the new workforce shapes your brand, operating model, talent strategy and, really, the way you define work.

Join Ernst & Young’s Geoff Dubiski as he shares how to get ahead in this fragmented and fast-moving space. Hear recent business cases that have helped organizations embrace a new model in the convergence of talent and talent systems to create a competitive advantage.

You will:

  • Gain a better understanding of the gig marketplace
  • Learn how to get the most from gig workers
  • Discover leading and emerging practices related to risk and control of contingent labor
  • Gain an understanding of different technology platforms and talent ecosystems
  • Know how to conduct an audit of your gig operating model
  • Receive practical recommendations on how to address rewards needs.

This session is ideal for senior- and executive-level professionals globally in the areas of work-life, talent acquisition, talent management, HR systems, legal and procurement/strategic sourcing, as well as leaders in contingent workforce and technology/automation.

Ensure you have the best strategy to manage gig workers. Register today!

Learning Options

Virtual Classroom

Live online instructor-led delivery of course materials including real-time interaction with a subject-matter expert and peers — no travel required!


Member: $395 USD

$525 USD


Geoff Dubiski

Executive Director, People Advisory Services
Ernst & Young

Geoff Dubiski is an executive director in EY’s Global People Advisory Practice and serves as a subject matter advisor for talent strategy, HR optimization and technology. He has led HR transformations in the areas of HR operating models, BPO/HRO and technology enablement, and has helped clients navigate the markets in due diligence, design and evaluation of services, providers and metrics within HRO/RPO/CWS/VMS. Dubiski’s 25 years of HR experience, include multiple client engagements, from solution design and scoping to due diligence, vendor discovery and transition for organizations of more than 50,000 employees with global footprints spanning 25 to 120 countries.

Course Credits & Certifications

  • Recertification
    .25 Credits

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