We all know how herd mentality works. Among other things, it makes us wary of following the herd “just because” it’s setting the course. If anyone has a similar mistrust toward the use of contingent workforces as an effective staffing strategy, there are a range of research studies that look into the consequences from increased organizational reliance on contingent workforces. It may be time we looked at some of the primary areas and aspects of contingent worker usage attracting the attention of researchers, by delving into the research trends into the usage of contingent workforces.
Though it’s an established fact that many workplaces are utilizing blended workforces, it’s difficult to draw pertinent or conclusive inferences from such studies conducted at other workplaces. Many times, the results of such studies could be independent of industry sector and may prove specific to the organization itself due to culture or any number of other aspects that just pertain to that company.
Choose which of these different studies would help to track your results and understand the functioning of your workplace better to derive actionable insights to determine your long-term strategy. We’d love to hear the results!
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