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How to Prepare for the Contingent Workforce Rise of 2023

Posted on February 8th, 2023 Read time: 1 minutes

The Great Resignation is still impacting businesses. In October alone, 4 million workers left their jobs. Adding insult to injury is a new phenomenon sweeping workplaces across the U.S.: quiet quitting. Gallup believes quiet quitters make up at least 50% of the U.S. workforce, and employers are feeling the strain. Worker productivity dropped significantly in the second quarter of this year. Naturally, this has led employers — both big and small — to seek out alternatives to support their operations and engage workers.

Today, organizations can more easily expand their searches for talent in different markets, countries, and populations. In addition, remote working has presented opportunities for businesses to overcome the Great Resignation and quiet quitting challenges by engaging temporary and other types of contingent workers.

For companies looking to leverage contingent talent in 2023, it’s important to understand contingent workers’ wants and needs.


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Written by: Maria Goyer, Chief Innovation Officer at Innovative Employee Solutions

Maria Goyer is the Chief Innovation Officer at Innovative Employee Solutions (IES), a leading provider of remote and contingent workforce solutions, specializing in global Employer of Record, Agent of Record and Independent Contractor compliance services in 150+ countries. Founded in 1974, IES is a woman-owned business, certified by the WBENC and partners with companies to provide compliant employment solutions that empowers people’s lives.

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