The gig economy has been growing at an undeniable speed into a global phenomenon. As we enter into the second year of the coronavirus, will the gig economy continue to flourish or will its future start to wane?
Clearly, the traditional linear career is dying. Be it the role or the meaning of work, the career journey is fast changing. Instead of climbing up the corporate ladder, the new work generation is branching out into multiple careers. Are employers ready for a nonlinear workforce?
In a matter of Covid-stricken months, companies have been forced to conduct business operations remotely, with some having to let go of employees to survive the global pandemic. Can on-demand recruiting help companies close urgent skills gaps and reduce costs?
Recruitment is headed for a revolution. The pandemic has changed the way we work, and naturally, the way we hire. Temporary talent hires are no longer quick fixes, but fast evolving into ‘go-to’ hiring solutions.
Covid-19 has undoubtedly accelerated the pace of remote working. Will full-timers head back to the office soon? Or is remote work going to be the norm from now? What trends can we expect to see in this evolving future of work?