Contingent Workers

Contingent workers work for organizations without being hired as employees. Examples of contingent workers are freelancers, contractors, consultants, and temporary workers employed by a staffing agency. Services are provided on a contract, project, or as-needed basis. Usually, they are hired to help with a specific project or meet a business need.

Using contingent workers means you can reach specialized staff with skills not available within the workforce. It also gives organizations more flexibility as you can respond to changing needs without adding to the workforce.

Related Content

employee engagement
employee onboarding
employee intranet
employee attrition

Why Do HR Teams Choose MyHub?

The best platform for HR teams who need to share information and drive employee engagement

A Beginner's Guide To Creating An Intranet