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9 Steps to Building a Successful Contingent Workforce Strategy 

​​How to Attract Rare Talent While Driving Cost Savings​ 

For enterprises seeking to navigate the ever-evolving field of talent acquisition, this eBook provides not just theoretical underpinnings, but actionable insights. 

We’ll show you how to craft a tailored, ROI-positive strategy that does more than just manage the contingent workforce — it harnesses its full potential to drive your enterprise forward. 

What’s Inside: 
  • Understanding Contingent Workers: How to categorize and engage with different types of flexible workers—employees, temporary workers, freelancers, independent contractors, and consultants. 
  • Building a Contingent Workforce Strategy: From mapping your organization’s structure to forecasting workforce needs and re-engineering processes, we’ll guide you through every step. 
  • Determining the Optimal Workforce Mix: Learn how to balance full-time employees, temporary workers, independent contractors, and consultants to create the ideal workforce blend. 
  • Avoiding Misclassification Risks: Understand the crucial distinctions between independent contractors and employees to avoid legal pitfalls. 
The contingent workforce market is exploding, leading to unprecedented opportunities. Don’t get left behind. Download now. 

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