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Talent and Technology: Where is the Contingent Workforce Headed in 2017?

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January 12, 2017

Ten, even five, years ago, most business executives would not dare dream that we would be living in a world in which 38% of the average organization’s total workforce is considered contract, contingent or non-employee in some manner. However, the workforce landscape evolves and – in an age fueled by the “gig economy” – the  Click for full story…

State of Contingent Workforce Management Research Report

Guest Blog – Ardent Partner’s Fourth Annual Edition of its State of Contingent Workforce Management Research Report is Here!

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October 26, 2016

The concept of the “gig economy” has become commonplace around the globe, one of the hottest business trends in years. Although some hardened corporate executives may choose to eschew new business movements in favor of decisions and strategies formulated on “gut” feeling or personal experience, the very truth of the matter is that the social,  Click for full story…

The Gig Economy’s Impact on Both Procurement and HR

Guest Blog – The Gig Economy’s Impact on Both Procurement and HR

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October 14, 2016

There’s no doubt about the growth of the contingent workforce. New Ardent Partners research has discovered that 38% of the world’s total workforce falls into this non-employee category, representing another sharp shift in the greater world of talent. The “gig economy” has become a hot phrase in the business world, thrown around by major market  Click for full story…

Why Data Security Matters in Contingent Workforce Management

Guest Blog – Why Data Security Matters in Contingent Workforce Management

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June 20, 2016

Today’s non-employee workforce has moved beyond the realm of mere category management, owing its stark evolution to the surge in on-demand talent and the concept of real-time engagement. Thus, a workforce that was perceived as little more than a “supplemental” strategy years ago has now blossomed into what comprises nearly 35% of the average company’s  Click for full story…