The gig economy isn’t new, but it has recently grown in popularity since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. By June 2020, almost 7.7 million
No question about it: the world of work is very different today than it was just a generation ago. No longer does a wide-eyed, innocent
A report by The Fairwork Project – a collaboration between various South African and foreign university research units – has found that the non-standard employment
Working at the dining table may be a novel experience for office workers who are staying home because of the Coronavirus. As for managers who
Work-related business apps are now used by 83% of the workforce.
Finding the top talent in 2020 for HR professionals will be even more daunting with the introduction of technology and Generation Z entering the workforce.
The gig economy sure sounds new, but it’s been around a long time.
The proliferation of freelancing and gig work has seen employers witness a massive shift from traditional nine-to-five jobs to part-time work and independent contracting, known
The rise of the GIG economy has led to an influx of temporary workers within companies.
Businesses have increasingly come to recognise the value for their own organisation.
Have multiple mobile devices, will travel – and earn a living. Being a digital nomad is fast becoming a way of life and work for
We are living in the age of the side-hustle. In Britain, one-in-four adults has an extra job or a business according to a Henley Business School survey conducted in May this year.
A recent survey of Human Resource (HR) professionals by Korn Ferry shows the percentage of contingent or “gig economy” professionals working in organisations is growing and that growth is expected to continue.