“Christopher Dwyer of Ardent Partners updates us on the state of contingent workforce management. “
Five Months In: Where are We? (A Contingent Workforce Management Industry Update)
There’s no denying that the world of non-employee talent is changing, evolving and bridging into new and exciting arenas. The contemporary business, faced with a growing contingent workforce, is now focused on improving the overall management of non-traditional workers while also attempting to enhance visibility (layers of visibility, at that), maintain cost control and improve compliance to specific policies.
Months ago, Ardent Partners anticipated an array of aspects that would shape the contingent workforce management industry in 2015. These included advancements in technology, shifts in how CWM programs are built and developed, and the means to which businesses drive intelligence around their non-employee workforce. Nearly five full months into the year, where are we? How is the industry-at-large evolving?
Christopher J. Dwyer is a Research Director at Ardent Partners, a Boston-based supply management research and advisory firm. He is considered a thought leader in the contingent workforce management industry, with recognition from HRO Today as an “Analyst Superstar” in 2013 and 2014, as well as Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine (named as a “Pro to Know” in 2013). He has written hundreds of research studies and reports on the evolution of the non-employee workforce, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter (@CJD_Ardent). Visit www.cporising.com to read more of his research.
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