Developing Your Alternative Workforce (GIG) Strategy
Gain a competitive edge over companies that continue to manage their gig workers on a transactional basis. Learn how to take a long-term view of the alternative workforce, and how to set out a roadmap for success.
NASBA Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
Embrace the gig economy
In a recent human capital survey, Deloitte reported that the U.S. alternative workforce was likely to triple to 42 million workers by 2020. Worldwide, 45% of employers report difficulty in filling their vacancies. But only 8% of respondents said they have established processes to source, develop, and manage an alternative workforce. With global challenges like pandemics and recessions, organizations must renew their focus on workforce management.
Don’t waste time and resources
Are you capitalizing on the alternative workforce? Too many finance teams (more than half) use alternative workers on a transactional basis only and waste time with onboarding, offboarding, and retraining. There’s a better way.
We have the resources you need
Finance professionals like you will get a practical roadmap to navigate the gig economy — you can hit the road and start planning and implementing immediately.
- Industry accounting and financial professionals
- Practicing CPAs and chartered accountants
- Human resources and operations professionals
- Gig economy
- Alternative workforce categories
- Transactional approach
- Strategic approach
- Distinguish among the different types of alternative workforces.
- Recognize the business case for establishing an alternative workforce.
- Identify the different approaches to developing an alternative workforce.
- Apply a practical roadmap for developing an alternative workforce strategy.
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