20 years in the contingent workforce space
Worked with more than 70 enterprise organizations
Completed over 40 VMS implementations
Tracz Consulting launched in 2019 and bought nearly two decades of experience in the contingent workforce space experience along with a modern insight into our work with Clients, Staffing Suppliers, and Technology Providers.
Led by Cheryl Tracz, who has 20 years of experience, includes an extensive contingent workforce space in the United States, Asia, and Europe. Before consulting Cheryl's full-time industry, experience ranged from supporting technical recruitment for staff augmentation roles to creating the strategy, architecture, and execution of a contingent workforce program that helped all non-employee labor for America's third-largest cable television provider. Her breadth experience encompasses outsourced Managed Service Providers (MSP), with the management of Professional Services organizations (SOW), Independent worker classification, payroll, and recruiting through staffing partners. Proficient in supporting contingent workforce technology, Vendor Management Systems (VMS), Extended Workforce Technologies (EWT), and Freelance Management Systems (FMS).
Cheryl has had the pleasure and opportunity to support, implement, re-engineer, and operationalize more than 70 marquee organizations' contingent labor programs. She has successfully done so by understanding how they acquire, engage, develop, build their external workforce and align their internal resources for a total talent management view.
Cheryl holds the only two professional certifications for the contingent workforce: Certified Contingent Workforce Professional (CCWP) and Certified Contingent Workforce Professional Statement of Work Expert (CCWP SOW expert). These certifications are issued by Staffing Industry Analyst and are based on a six-sigma approach to contingent workforce management. Accessing models, partners, and launching programs versus a maturity model and examining trends and macro trends that influence an organization's ability to attract and retain various contingent labor types and build a total talent management strategy.