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In a global survey of Chief Human Resource Officers completed by IBM in 2010, leaders specified that 50% planned on employing contingent labor to fulfill labor models. 53% of leaders stated they would hire more part time labor and 56% would seek to boost outsourcing options to the firm. As the market continues to grow more global and interconnected, this talent landscape will more than likely be the norm as firms work to remain as lean and agile as possible.
As a business grows, there will be situations when talent acquisition activities need to adapt to changing supply and demand. What are the options? Hire more recruiters? Use a retained or contingency agency? Or find a project-based recruiting solution?