Today’s gig workers are a far cry from yesterday’s temp workers. True that some still operate in clearly defined transactional roles – i.e., the Uber-type model. But many are freelance workers or contractors with high-demand skills sets, and an increasing number are taking on crowd sourcing-type work.
With the quick evolution into a skills-based economy and historically low unemployment rates, gig workers are becoming increasingly important to enterprises’ competitive capabilities. What does all this mean to your organization?
In this podcast, Matt Campbell, a managing director in KPMG’s People and Change practice, sat down to discuss: