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, economic, business, political, and consumer impact of the gig economy has blurred the lines of contingent workforce management and an organizations’ overall talent acquisition and management.
The gig economy is no business fad, but rather a demonstrative force that is actively leaving its mark on businesses across the world. At the end of the day, the real business impact of the gig economy is quite simple: with talent as a key competitive differentiator, enterprises must adapt to its global shifts or watch as both young and experienced talent pass them by.
With this in mind, Ardent Partners is excited to publish the fourth annual edition of its State of Contingent Workforce Management research report, which not only highlights the major shifts within the non-employee workforce industry, but also illuminates how organizations today can adapt to the “new world of work.”
For exclusive access to this report, click here. And join us on November 2nd at 1 pm ET for a complementary webinar that will focus on adapting to the gig economy. Register now. We hope to see you there!
Since 2006, Christopher J. Dwyer has been one of the world’s foremost spend management experts and leading authority on contingent workforce management. He is a premier thought leader in the contingent workforce industry, authoring hundreds of research studies and evangelizing the evolution of the non-employee workforce. He is the voice behind Contingent Workforce Weekly, the industry’s first (and only) weekly podcast dedicated to this space, and has contributed hundreds of thought leadership pieces and research studies to the non-employee and talent management markets. Email him at email@example.com, or follow him on Twitter (@CJD_Ardent).
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