The Global Talent Contingent #101

The mission of this International Contingent Workforce digital publication is to share the top, recent workforce and compliance news and happenings from around the world.

The Global Talent Contingent

The way talent is sourced and engaged around the world is constantly changing. Platforms and talent marketplaces make it easier to find the best talent anywhere in the world. Regulation and compliance mandates govern worker engagement and can expose businesses to risk if not adhered to. Stay ahead of the curve with The Global Talent Contingent. Kathryn Hopkins

Welcome to The Global Talent Contingent!  The mission of this International Contingent Workforce digital paper is to share the top, recent news and happenings as measured by social media conversations and rankings by our multi-national experts.  We hope this broadcast provides the information required to stay informed in a quick-to-read format.


NelsonHall 2021 Next Generation Contingent Workforce Services and MSP

CXC are honored to participate in the NelsonHall 2021 Next Generation Contingent Workforce Talent and MSP report.  The report provides a comprehensive and objective analysis of CXC Global’s CWS/MSP offerings and capabilities, and market and financial strengths. Access the report here.

5 Tips for Reducing Remote Workforce Turnover

How to Reduce Remote Workforce Turnover. Hiring remote workers internationally can open your company up to new ideas and mind-sets, that will ultimately assist your overall growth. Learn more about remote workforce best practices HERE.

Google Reveals Hybrid Work Plans

Work-from-anywhere weeks, 3 days in office for most roles, and ‘reset’ days. These changes will result in a workforce where around 60% of Googlers are coming together in the office a few days a week, another 20% are working in new office locations, and 20% are working from home.


The Future Of Work In Post-Pandemic America

Whether your company is returning to the office, or working from home indefinitely, everyday business strategies have changed. Every company needs to pivot their strategy and adapt for the sake of employment.

Legal Challenges to the Gig Economy

The gig economy has had some large knocks over the last year. Companies such as UBER, Deliveroo and Addison Lee have all recently lost superior court cases.

How Companies Could Be Impacted By Federal Policy Change On Freelancers

The good news for companies who hire or are considering hiring freelancers who work remotely is that millions more non-tech jobs could be outsourced. But before farming out more work, business leaders might want to see whether and how the U.S. Department of Labor changes the definition of independent contractors (AKA gig workers) and how any changes would affect their relationships with them.

Spain passes landmakrk Gig Economy Law

Food delivery and courier companies in Spain now have three months to employ drivers as staff in new landmark law.


Business needs a tighter strategy for Remote Work

Nine months into a grand experiment with work-from-home, PwC finds executives even happier with productivity but no closer to giving up on the office.

Analysis: U.S. labor secretary likely to investigate gig employers like Uber

Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. (AP) WASHINGTON — U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh’s move this week to block a rule making it easier to classify gig workers as independent contractors is just a first step in what is likely to be a long battle over how to delineate the rights of America’s growing gig army.

The difference between Freelancers and Traditional Employees is shrinking fast

Here’s why the freelance revolution is winning!


Is there a Talent Shortage and is it starting to hurt your Business?

Learn in our blog “Is there a talent shortage and is it starting to hurt your business?” ways to mitigate the Global Talent Shortage in your business!

Future Of Work: 3 Compelling Reasons To Bring Workers Back Into The Office

Only 12% of workers want to work from home all the time (Gensler). Most prefer either a hybrid approach or to be back in the office full-time. Why? Because employees crave face-to-face meetings.


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