Three Alternatives in Labor Resourcing Models

There are many factors to consider when deciding which labor resourcing model is best for you.

By Mike Berich, Vice President, Global Strategy Leader, Professional Services

Every day, thousands of people contribute to the success of companies that do not directly employ them. This non-employee workforce is comprised of temporary or contingent workers, contractors, and independent contractors, consultants, interns, and a number of other classifications. It is estimated that across different industry verticals, the percentage of non-employee contributors is regularly as high as 50% at companies of all sizes and across multiple industries. They work in every imaginable function—from IT to legal and marketing.

In this whitepaper, you'll read about the details you should take into consideration when deciding how to engage this vital workforce. Download now.

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