Understanding the Facts Behind Contingent Workforce Management


The world of contingent workforce management has certainly changed over the past five years, and experts predict that it will continue to change. According to Ardent Partners, by the end of 2017, 45% of the world’s total workforce will be comprised of contingent workers. That includes independent contractors, SOW-based labor, and freelancers. As a result, contingent workforce managers must develop strategies to effectively utilize this talent and ultimately, gain value from their programs. Download the full infographic to learn more.
  • Learn why contingent labor is so popular
  • Understand the challenges associated with contingent workforce programs without a VMS
  • Recognize the benefits of using a VMS, such as reduced risk and increased visibility
  • Identify trends for 2015 and beyond, including the critical areas of focus for the next 12-24 months
This infographic represents many of the key facts and survey results from the Ardent Partners State of Contingent Workforce Management Report: 2014-2015 Guidebook for Managing Non-Traditional Talent, highlighting many of the revealing statistics found in the 37-page guidebook. The report contains valuable insights about how organizations can institute strategic processes that align with corporate needs, as well as the need for traditional and non-traditional talent. This infographic is a stunning representation of those findings. For all the details, download our complimentary infographic today.

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