Note: While the statistics are mainly UK based, the presentation/webinar will be global in nature.
How we work is changing globally. In the UK, Self-Employment is increasing 6% year on year. Companies are hiring more 'on-demand' and gig-based work (16% yoy) and "side gigs" - doing paid work outside of full-time employment - already represents £74B to the UK economy as one example.
A seismic shift is happening in the workforce that follows a worldwide trend in demand for "flexible working". And it impacts everyone; Matthew Taylor, CEO of the Royal Society of Arts stratifies this new economy into the precarious and the privileged; from less-than-living-wage Deliveroo riders to up to IT contractors earning £2000 per day.
The legal means of contracting across the entire spectrum of independent workers in the flexible work economy is the SoW. The Statement of Work(SoW); a document that contains the information needed to transact - is the modern version of an employment contract but signed 18x as often and 80x as complex (based on the variables in each SoW). £2.24Tr UK services economy contracted via “short-term” contracts; with SoW engagements = at least £148B of the UK economy (ONS, 2019).
In this webinar we will discuss:
- Why we’re all doing it wrong… most of us at least.
- Why legal departments “kick the can down the road” on SoW – but may contain more risk than MSAs.
- Why the SoW and dynamically drafted SoW will become more important over time
- How to create the optimum SoW framework across all channels of supply
- Perform your own health check on your SoW systems and processes
- The difference between “statement takers” (e.g. freelancers) and high end contracting and consulting “statement makers”.
- How to improve SoW with high impact, low effort activities.
- 8:00 am Seattle
- 11:00 am New York / Caracas / Santo Domingo
- 4:00 pm London / Lagos / Lisbon5 pm Paris / Cape Town
- 6:00 pm Helsinki / Amman / Moscow / Doha
- 8:00 pm Dubai
- 9:30 pm Mumbai
- 12:00 am Perth / Singapore / Beijing
Kayleigh Kuptz, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Deployed.
Kayleigh is the Co-Founder of Deployed as well as Chief Operating Officer. Deployed is a female-founded tech startup building a Digital Statement of Work platform for corporates and the Suppliers that provide services. Winner of two Innovate UK grants for design and machine learning, Kayleigh specialises in SoW frameworks and content and prior to Deployed, Kayleigh worked at Accenture Strategy in Germany and the UK.
Jamie Gannaway, Chief Product Officer, Deployed.
Jamie Gannaway is the Chief Product Officer of Deployed’s new Scope of Work and Statement of Work platform called Scope State. He has set up demand management and SoW compliance and review functions at major banking institutions in the UK, and is an expert in the expert gig economy speaking at LinkedIn, the Royal Society of Arts and now excitedly, the IACCM.