Contingent Workforce Journal
Read news on contingent workforce management, updated monthly.
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Facts about the Contingent Workforce
4. “32% of organizations are replacing full–time employees with contingent workers as a cost–saving measure,” says Brian Kropp, Distinguished Vice President, Gartner. (Gohyer)
6. 34% of companies include contingent workforce as part of their strategic planning. Within the next two years this is expected to increase to 54%. (Cxcglobal)
7. 30% of companies directly source contingent workers, predicted to increase to 49% in the next 2 years. (Cxcglobal)