We recently answered some FAQs on the blog about our All-Star and block feature in the app. Now, we’d like to answer a few more of the most frequently asked questions about finding gig workers on demand using Shiftgig. Read on below.
Emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain continue to be top of mind for the HR industry. With uncertainty in how and when it will affect day-to-day business operations, conversations about the technologies continue to evolve. Explore this and more in the articles below.
In a recent article titled “The New Rules of Talent Engagement,” the Harvard Business Review outlined how almost every HR function is embracing a more agile approach. From performance management to coaching to compensation to feedback, the old way of doing things no longer works. Hiring and recruiting too “have become more urgent—and more agile,” according to HBR. But it’s not just recruiting full-time talent, businesses big and small now embrace a more nimble approach to finding and placing temporary workers.
We’ve gathered some of the top stories on the gig economy for you to read. From insight on who makes up the gig economy workforce to how to thrive in the gig economy, these articles will give you insight into how this new way of work can help your business.
Having a reliable team is key to a successful business. When utilizing gig workers, clients often want to see the same faces back at their location. In this post we’ll cover the best way to build a trusted team using Shiftgig, along with some frequently asked questions about who is showing up for your shift.
Last week we welcomed Chuck Loeher as Shiftgig’s Vice President of Sales. In part one of our blog series, we learned more about how his career and how he became a part of the Shiftgig team.
We are excited to share that Chuck Loeher has joined Shiftgig as Vice President of Sales. In this role, he will oversee our sales organization including account management, account executives, sales operations and partnerships. With over 20 years of sales experience and 13 years in sales leadership, Chuck brings a wealth of knowledge in staffing and recruiting, human capital management and SaaS industries.
According to a study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, one of the reasons people enjoy working in the gig economy is the variety of opportunities. Shiftgig partners with clients in several industries so Specialists have access to a diverse set of flexible shifts. We spoke to nine Specialists about their experience working with our clients -- here’s what they had to say:
From technology’s impact on the recruitment industry to the growing Chicago technology scene, we’re sharing the technology news you should know (and share with your colleagues) this week.