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Workforce Management for Contingent Labor

By Staff Report

Nov. 6, 2015

Employers are turning to contingent workers in record numbers. Whether they’re called contractors, freelancers, or independent consultants, they make up a growing — and valuable — percentage of the workforce. Freelance, project-based workers are able to develop a more flexible and independent career path, while companies contracting with them benefit from their experience, knowledge, and labor skills without the overhead associated with permanent employees.

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