Love your gig workers? Need your gig workers? Show them!

Posted by Melanie Langsett, Peter DeBellis, and Zac Shaw on March 20, 2019.

While organizations are starting to take the first steps to understand and offer rewards packages that are custom tailored to their employee’s preferences, they have only begun to scratch the surface. In particular, nearly all organizations have focused on considering the needs of their employees and are missing out on a large segment of their workforce—contractors, freelancers, and gig workers.

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Beyond wondering about the gig economy to preparing to lead it. Five observations.

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Posted by Balaji Bondili, Jeff Schwartz, and Rebecca Greenberg on February 13, 2019.

There is growing debate in the market around the size and growth trajectory of the gig economy. Some prior research is being backtracked and some earlier projections are being tempered; all the while, research is emerging with new conclusions. There are some fundamental questions here. How should we define the gig economy? What are the different parts of the alternative talent economy? What data sets can, and should, we use to explore the demographics and economic impacts of the gig or alternative workforce? Perhaps more importantly, what current workplace and workforce supply and demand trends can provide insights on how to best guide organizations to prepare for the future?

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