Contingent Worker

Definition: A contingent worker refers to an individual hired on a non-permanent basis, often to fulfill specific projects, seasonal demands, or temporary roles within an organization.

Contingent workers provide flexibility to companies, allowing them to scale their workforce based on changing needs without the long-term commitment associated with permanent hires.

Advantages of Contingent Workers:

Ways to Manage Contingent Workers:

Other Terms :

Capacity Planning   |   Center of Excellence (CoE)   |   Change Management   |   Clocking In and Out   |   Compliance   |   Continuous Improvement   |   Cost Center   |   Cost Optimization   |   Cost-Per-Hire   |   Core vs Non-Core Activities   |   Cost Leakage   |   Cost of Delivery   |   Collaboration During Seconds   |   Collaboration Hours Per Day   |   Client Time Reports   |   Cloud-Based Time Tracking Software

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