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The contingent workforce industry has been undergoing a strategic evolution in recent years. What was once a simple alternative workforce strategy has now become a core component of how the average enterprise meets and exceeds its business goals and objectives. While the contemporary contract talent workforce rages ahead, organizations utilizing the nuanced attributes of the “contingent workforce umbrella” are actively finding that they require a multifaceted approach for managing traditional temporary labor, complex contract talent, and independent contractors.
With an uncertain economy and the competition for talent increasing, the need to develop a holistic workforce strategy – one that employs a best practice approach integrated with analytics and aligned to business objectives – is critical.
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