Adapting to the new normal of remote work, the gig economy, and more
A workforce based on the typical nine to five job is a thing of the past for many organizations. Across the world, more employees than ever before perform their duties outside of a traditional office environment. This recent explosion of remote work, the gig economy, and other non-traditional employment has resulted in a new sense of urgency for HR.
Contingent employees present a unique challenge, while simultaneously presenting a risk to your employer brand if they do not have a positive experience with your organization. Meanwhile, an unprecedented number of employees are working from home or without the use of a typical desk and computer. For HR, this means a lot of fluid adaptation and adoption of critical technologies that can help manage a changing workforce.
In this white paper, learn how leading HR teams are embracing this challenge as an opportunity to benefit the workforce at large. HR service delivery enables them to take advantage of scalable technology that brings remote and part-time employees closer to the office, all while reducing compliance risks.