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  • More than 20 years in the contingent workforce space

  • Worked with more than 70 enterprise organizations

  • Completed over 40 VMS implementations

Cheryl Tracz

Cheryl has confidently and expertly supported, implemented, re-engineered, and operationalized the contingent labor programs of over 70 prestigious organizations. She has achieved this by truly understanding their methodologies for acquiring, engaging, developing, and constructing their external workforce and aligning their internal resources for a comprehensive talent management viewpoint.

She was fortunate to work with and learn from two pioneers in the contingent workforce industry: Barry Olsen and Gary D. Nelson.  

Cheryl holds two professional certifications in contingent workforce management: the Certified Contingent Workforce Professional (CCWP) and the Certified Contingent Workforce Professional Statement of Work Expert (CCWP SOW expert). Staffing Industry Analysts issue these certifications and follow a six-sigma approach to contingent workforce management. Cheryl can help organizations access models and partners, launch programs, examine trends and macro trends, and build a comprehensive talent management strategy to attract and retain various types of contingent labor. 

Tracz Consulting was launched in 2019 and has nearly two decades of experience in the contingent workforce space and modern insight into our work with clients, staffing suppliers, and technology providers. 

With over 20 years of experience, Cheryl Tracz excels in providing comprehensive solutions for contingent workforce management across the United States, Asia, and Europe. Cheryl has an impressive background that includes proficiency in various areas, such as outsourced Managed Service Providers (MSP), Professional Services organizations (SOW), Independent worker classification, payroll, and recruiting via staffing partners. The team is highly skilled in supporting the latest contingent workforce technologies, including Vendor Management Systems (VMS), Extended Workforce Technologies (EWT), and Freelance Management Systems (FMS). 


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