By Jason Busch on August 18, 2010
In the first two posts in this series (Part 1 and Part 2), we examined some of the trends highlighting the movement to contingent workforces as well as how the current state of the economy ties to just that — not to mention some …
By Jason Busch on August 16, 2010
In the first post in this series, I cited a Workforce Management article that highlights the recent trend toward contingent hiring as a replacement for — rather than a supplement to — bringing on regular W-2 full-time employees….
By Jason Busch on August 11, 2010
I’ve often found the contingent staffing market to be a useful indicator for looking at where an economy is in regards to its overall cycle — from growth to recession. The traditional thinking goes that contingent hiring ramps up…