While roughly 25-30% of the U.S. workforce is considered contingent today, many organizations still view their permanent and contingent employees as two siloed groups.
The biggest fault as a result is the lack of DE&I strategies in place for their contingent workers – as only 26% of companies believe DE&I is a priority for this group, according to a recent SIA study.
- How do these contrasting views impact efforts to recruit permanent workers from the contingent worker pool?
- Are temporary workers truly a part of the talent acquisition strategy?
Our new report, HR Not Fully Embracing DEI in Contingent Workforce Recruiting, sponsored by Sevenstep, addresses these questions and more.