WSJ: Some of the World’s Largest Employers No Longer Sell Things, They Rent Workers

WSJ: Some of the World’s Largest Employers No Longer Sell Things, They Rent Workers

With the gig economy on the rise, the way corporations do business is changing forever. As more companies look to reduce their workforce, outsourcing firms are “vacuuming up” these workers as traditional employers are handing over more of their tasks to nonemployees. Today, the breadth of services outsourcing firms offer is staggering. This piece from the Wall Street Journal analyzes this workforce shift, its impact on companies and effect on workers’ prospects and pay.

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