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With worldwide experience and local expertise, we provide premium global contingent workforce services.

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About CXC

We’ve been operating in the contingent workforce management industry since 1992. Today, CXC continues to lead the way by enabling both corporations and individual consultants to adapt to today’s high-performance work environment.

Meet the Team

Our team comes from a diverse mix of backgrounds, experiences and industries. The common bond among all of us is our commitment to helping individuals and organisations achieve more from the world of contracting.

Our Global Footprint

We operate in more than 50 countries from more than 30 local offices spread right across the globe. Our approach is to provide local knowledge and expertise, coupled with an unparalleled global reach and scalability.

Work with Us

We’re a group of hard-working, talented professionals. Driven by a passion to succeed and to be the best in the industry, we’re constantly evolving. We’d love to hear from you – discover more about working at CXC.

Latest from the blog

Check out our blog to keep up to date with the latest contingent workforce news, industry trends and much more.

16 Jun: What is contractor management? It’s more than just payroll!

Contractor management is an essential service for organisations with contingent workers. This guide will help you to find the right service.

16 Jun: 8 Key Trends Shaping the Workforce in 2022 and Beyond

The move towards decentralisation and more flexible ways of working that we’re currently seeing was already well underway before 2020.
Several recent studies have analysed the most significant trends affecting the workplace in 2022, giving us an idea of what the world of work will look like over the years to come. In this article, we’ll discuss eight key insights from the EY Future Workplace Index and other research into the trends shaping the future of work.

31 May: Labour Arbitrage in the Post-COVID World

When most people think of labour arbitrage, they picture companies in developed nations like the UK or the US outsourcing certain business operations, such as production or call centres, to less-developed nations where wages are cheaper. However, broader definitions of the term include various corporate policies that result in lower labour costs. Read more about Labour Arbitrage: