We’ve pulled together a list of articles from May highlighting the continued growth of the gig economy, and how organizations can take advantage of this growing workforce. Read on to ensure your business is prepared.
Findings show that about 90% of organizations use some form of a contingent workforce, and over half of these organizations plan to spend more on this type of labor in the next year. Read through the highlights of the Brandon Hall Group contingent workforce study, as well as what service procurement practitioners can expect from these findings.
With the demand of contingent workers on the rise, new recruitment strategies are needed to help keep up. Learn about the technologies that can help keep recruiting efficient in the gig economy.
The gig economy has evolved to become more professional, streamlined, and innovative. From B2C’s growing use of an on-demand workforce to the beginning stages of B2B using this type of workforce, gig economy 2.0 will be driven by enterprise’s use of the on-demand workforce.
Intuit’s earnings are seeing significant growth and gig economy workers are noted as a contributor. Intuit’s CEO explains that the gig economy is currently about 34% of the workforce and that he sees this workforce as a continued growth opportunity in the future.
Currently, the gig economy workforce exceeds the number of those employed in the information sector and IT services combined. By 2021, the number of gig economy workers is estimated to outnumber those employed in the finance industry as well as construction.
Do you understand the ROI of a contingent workforce for your organization? This article will help you explore all of the areas you should be thinking about when choosing to implement a contingent workforce program.
Are you interested in finding out how to access on-demand workers?