Use contingent labor to enhance your workforce and close talent gaps

Best-in-Class companies are 44% more likely to increase the size of their temporary workforce in the next 12 to 24 months.

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Best-in-Class companies are 44% more likely to increase the size of their temporary workforce in the next 12 to 24 months.

There are multiple reasons why companies can be so confident for what future recruitment holds: from great current employees who supply reliable referrals, to a recognizable employer brand and identity, to plenty of internal resources (recruiters and money to invest).

But a major reason for top organizations’ confidence is that they use contingent labor, either in addition to their full-time workforce, or to supplant it.

The use of contingent labor allows organizations to be more successful overall; notably, 76% of organizations use contingent labor to enhance their workforce and close talent gaps.

While 59% of organizations use contingent labor/temporary workers year round to supplement their workforce, Best-in-Class companies are 7% more likely than other companies to use contingent labor year round. Top performers are truly invested in how contingent labor can have an ongoing impact on the business. In fact, Best-in-Class companies are 44% more likely than other companies to increase the size of their temporary workforce in the next 12 to 24 months.

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