Posts Tagged: gig economy

How to Adapt Your Screening Processes to the Growing Contingent Workforce

Today, 34% of the American workforce is made up of freelancers, contractors, or gig workers. This group, known as ‘the contingent workforce,’ is steadily growing. To give you some perspective, between 2014 and 2017, the U.S. workforce grew by 2.6%. Comparatively, the number of freelancers rose by 8.1%. At this rate of growth, contingent workers… Read more »

4 Ways to Protect Your Company from Common Background Screening Pitfalls

Background screening is widely used by companies in the hiring process. However, problems can arise if you make one of several common errors in the screening program design. These common pitfalls can seriously damage an organization by failing to identify or mitigate the human risk factors inherent in hiring employees. Although there are many pitfalls,… Read more »