Gaining agility in volatile global markets is more than just high drama . . . it's usually about big challenges with high risk.
Despite legal issues of worker misclassification, political policy intervention, and technology automation, the use of blending full-time employees with a revolving door of on-demand specialized workers continues unabated. Our job is to make sense of it so you, our readers, can benefit and share the path forward.
CHOAS WITH GIGS
Many HR and C-suite executives have difficulty grasping global changes and the use of on-demand workers/talent and the impact this process model can have on business success.
Our mission is to bring clarity and definition to the value of the blended workforce and why/how the gig economy will march forward with or without our adjusting to it. You may not read it here first, but for comprehension and connecting the dots to work for you is what we hope you will find here.
TIP: Pay attention to the repeal/replaced ACA for coverage at lower cost.
TIP: As a giger, it is very hard to "make a living" as an Uber driver, but it can help to be available when you are in between gigs.
TIP: If it can be automated and purchased online, it will be. Gigs for talent to aid in this transition are in demand.
TIP: If you are an IC which category(s) do you fit into? Does it match with your abilities and capabilities? If an employer, you can use this chart as a baseline for mobilizing future revolving teams of full time and IC workers .
Current Data Points | Gig Economy
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