The industry leading digital workplace platform's latest round is led by Inovia Capital to revolutionize productivity and engagement for non-desk workers.
A comprehensive and long-term approach to Workforce Success is at the heart of EduMe's mission, and its just launched Surveys feature will help drive significant engagement and motivation among the deskless workforce.
For people to function optimally, they need and deserve time to unwind and recharge. To be able to enter flow, they need to recognize their individuality and discover their personalized rhythm, with supportive employers committed to healthy work practices.
The best guess is that the world of work in 2030 will be a lot like it is today. It is a safe bet that trends in motion now — gig work and automation, at least in manufacturing — will continue. But there is unlikely to be any run-away change spiral.
People have been talking about the gig economy – one in which organizations and independent workers engage in short-term work arrangements. For some, the gig economy represents freedom from an economic model that doesn’t come with flexibility.
In recent years, there has been a lot of buzz around the rise of the gig economy. Leveraging a broader pool of talent enables organizations to more easily meet client needs, provide talent in virtually any location and access a specialized skill set.
Central to the future of work are workers themselves. How can we make sure that our business strategies are considering employees’ needs and supporting their development?
The gig economy and other ongoing changes in the ways people and organizations work aren’t new ideas. From day laborers to temp workers, companies have tapped into non-employee talent pools for years.
Whether you’re considering becoming a freelance training consultant for the first time or are taking your existing consulting career to new levels of success, this 10-step guide is for you.