Blockchain. Seems like everyone’s talking endlessly about it in the media. Organizations of all kinds are jumping on the hype bandwagon, peppering their marketing with the term and hoping it makes them appear savvy and innovative. But what is blockchain actually? Bitcoin? Cryptocurrency? And more importantly is there any relevance to the staffing industry? If so, how could blockchain technology be harnessed to drive value for workforce management?
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Jan 11, 2018 11:04:52 AM
Like many pieces of complex legislation, the newly passed tax law is proving to generate as much confusion as clarity. This is especially true when it comes to the effects the new legislation will have on the gig economy. Along with the rest of the country, we’re taking time to sift through the language of the new law to understand the implications for workforce planning and management. One facet of the law garnering some attention is the increase in deductions allowed via so-called “pass-through” business entities. Here’s some insight into how and why this one facet of the law is predicted to have significant impact on independent contractors and the broader gig economy.
Sep 28, 2017 2:07:27 PM
It's safe to say that the world of workforce management is experiencing challenges at an unprecedented rate in the history of the industry. The nature of labor and the rise of globalization have changed the way businesses of all size and composition interact with an increasingly diversified and sophisticated workforce. With labor at the root of success or failure in any industry, it falls to those professionals charged with managing the workforce to adapt and overcome. But how do these leaders know which way to turn without a clear-eyed understanding of the challenges and obstacles in this increasingly complex field? Here are some of the top challenges facing workforce managers culled from current articles on the subject published by some of the leading sources.
Sep 20, 2017 10:23:25 AM
Staffing Industry Analysts report that recent buyer surveys predict a huge workforce shift across the next 10 years. The shift is one which many organizations are at least aware of, even if they haven’t already begun taking steps to capitalize on it. We’re talking about the “gig economy” and the effect it continues to have on both labor and workforce management functions with all types of organizations. Is your workforce management program prepared to address the challenges and opportunities presented by this shift already well in progress?