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.
When it comes to the new economy, practical skills are beginning to matter more than a college degree. Famous leader such as Ginni Rometty of IBM and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn push this idea in there companies but is this idea widely adopted? Read on to find out.
To attract and retain a contingent workforce, organizations must reconsider their employer branding. Get advice on how to begin this process and important factors to consider along the way.
With adoption rates for the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices growing, the field service process is in need of a revamp to keep up. Read this Forbes article to see how the gig economy can help.
Today’s workers are changing the rules of engagement. This has brought about the next generation of technology solutions that allow business to navigate the new world of work. Explore the reasons behind this transformation.
An in-depth study of 65 gig workers reveals they cultivate four types of connections — to place, routines, purpose and people. Find out why these four things push workers to join the gig economy.
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