Technology can be a blessing and a curse. No matter how you view technology, one thing remains clear: it’s taking over, and the workplace is no exception!
According to new data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in May 2017, 3.8% of workers—5.9 million people—held contingent jobs in the United States; however, the new data show a slight dip in the number of people working in the gig economy.
The way people work has changed, let’s face it. Gone are the days of a 9–5 desk job; now, we have Uber, Lyft, and telecommuting. People are craving flexibility and switching to contingent careers where they aren’t tied down to just one employer. This new way of work is causing some employers to find it […]
A new report from Allegis Group, a global provider of talent solutions, looks at major economic and demographic trends influencing the supply of talent around the world.