What the gig economy entails, both past and present
Legal and other risks associated with leveraging gig workers, and how to manage those risks
How to source higher quality on-demand talent faster and on budget
The gig economy is known by many names—the open talent economy, on-demand economy, freelance economy—this dynamic new classification of employment has the potential to deliver great rewards to both workers and organizations. Many people associate the idea of the “gig economy” with individuals working for companies like Uber, working only when they need or want to. But this classification covers a much larger portion of the workforce, a portion that is continuing to grow.
How can companies better understand the gig economy in order to reap the most benefits and avoid the risks and pitfalls? In this webcast, Adam Calli, Principal Consultant at Arc Human Capital LLC and instructor at George Mason University, will share his experience and research surrounding the gig economy and what HR leaders can do to get the most out of the new world of work.
June 22, 2016 | Jenna Filipkowski | Human Capital Institute
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