March 29th 2017
Post Meeting Review Notes: The ‘Gig Economy’ – How is it Transforming the World of Work?
Corporate blue-chips are turning more and more to ‘on demand’ or contract professionals rather than traditional employees – as the “Gig Economy” begins to impact on long established white collar certainties.
This is a major change in the way work is performed. During this recent PARC meeting we've heared views and projections from a panel of experts on this major employment shift.
These post-meeting review notes provide a summary and key take-away points from the discussion.
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