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The Contract Workforce

October 6, 2017

There was a time when grocery shopping was simple. The aisles were few, and the selection small, but you got what you needed and never looked back. Walk into a grocery store today and you’ll get stuck in the peanut-butter-and-jelly aisle for an hour just trying to decide between dozens of different brands and varieties.…

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September 8, 2017

Life requires risk. Using your oven, driving your car, or even walking out your front door all involve a degree of danger. You do them daily, however, because they make life productive and interesting--co-employment is kind of like that. The same is true for hiring and managing shared employees. Whether sourced through a traditional staffing…

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August 31, 2017

By: Tania Fiero, VP of Human Resources  Published By: GovLoop.  Want to be your own boss? If so, you’re in good company. Contingent workers — gig workers (i.e., temporary employees), freelancers (e.g., Uber drivers), and independent contractors (e.g., marketing consultants) — now comprise over a third of America’s labor force. According to Intuit CEO Brad…

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August 30, 2017

Not long ago, contingent workers were mostly one and done. Gigs were few and far between, so freelancers learned to look around for work. A different day, a different gig. In recent years, however, contingent work has found its footing. Now, with 51 percent of executives increasing their use of contingent labor, that lone gig might be…

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August 29, 2017

This isn't your HR team's first rodeo. From onboarding to payroll processing to recruitment, your staff can do it all. But "can" is not the same as "should." Every hour your HR team spends number-crunching is one it can't spend crafting culture. Every dollar it spends on compliance is one that can't be spent recruiting or…

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August 16, 2017

By: Sara Jensen, VP of Business Development  Published By: TLNT Talent Management and HR.  Due to the rise of the contingent workforce, America works far differently today than it did a century ago. In the 1910s, less than a fifth of the adult population had finished high school. Most people worked on farms or in…

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