The latest gig economy news highlights how freelancing and other forms of contingent labor are influencing not only how people work but the impact it has on cities and businesses. Explore how in these top news articles.
It’s evident from this week’s news roundup that gig work is impacting the way a business functions and the way people work. Keeping up with the ever changing workforce structure will help your business stay ahead of the curve. Check out these articles to learn more about the gig economy’s evolution.
We’re always enhancing our app to make sure customers are matching with the most qualified, reliable Shiftgig Specialists in our marketplace. Recently, we introduced a several new features that give our customers and specialists more control, transparency and visibility into available work. Here they are:
With a busy schedule, you need a fast, reliable way to find temporary workers. At Shiftgig, we aim to create a user-friendly and intuitive experience that takes away the burden of finding on-demand labor and puts your focus back on the things that matter.
Chuck Loeher joined our team in February as Vice President of Sales, overseeing our sales organization. We sat down with him when he first started to get the scoop on his career, his thoughts on the gig economy and what he was most looking forward to in his new role at Shiftgig.
Understanding not only the growth of the gig economy but the influence it can have on an industry is important. What’s even more important, however, is making sure those gig workers are supported. Check out our news roundup below to learn more about these topics.
Empowering Shiftgig employees to make a difference in the local Chicago community is the mission of our ShiftGiving corporate responsibility program.
Starting a new job can be stressful, especially for gig workers. Studies show that we’re hardwired to feel nervous at a new job and we’ve heard from our Specialists that many feel anxiety when picking up their first shift. But easing their stress and setting them up for success is easier than you think. Here are five tips to make workers feel better prepared. When they feel more comfortable, they’re more likely do do a better job and pick up future shifts.
This week’s round-up of gig economy news highlights the benefits of a contingent workforce for businesses, why workers, especially Millennials, want to work flexibly, and how artificial intelligence is helping with workforce management. Start catching up on the latest news now.
As the gig economy continues to grow, more insight is gained into how businesses and workers can navigate this new world of work. Read on to see how practical skills, employer branding, technology and much more can help you thrive in the gig economy.