In the United States, one in six workers in organizations is a gig worker. From 2010 to 2019, the share of these gig workers increased by 2.2 percentage points. This share growth is comprised of equal parts 1099-MISC and short-term W-2 workers, each of which grew by 1.1 percentage points or 15% in the last nine years. The ® puts the spotlight on the enterprise gig workforce, often described as a hidden or ‘shadow workforce.’ The research report titled, , reveals tenured workers and retirees are capitalizing on the tight U.S. labor market and the need for skilled workers, by turning to gig work.
Join us for the next installment in our webcast series for an extended look into this groundbreaking new research. Some highlights include:
Additionally, we will address how your organization can participate in the growing gig economy while ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
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