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New workforce trends: The end of full-time?

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HC Online | 28 Aug 2013, 12:01 AM Agree 0
The workplace is changing. New research and developments reveal that Australia is shifting away from full-time work, and even coming into an office at all. Are you ready for the change?
  • Gockoo | 28 Aug 2013, 03:09 PM Agree 0
    We have 7 full time staff, 2 contracted trainers, a contracted business analyst/trainer, contracted marketing coordinator, plus 3 part time workers. 3 people work from home - visiting clients or the office as needed. This mix provides acces to skills to match work demands. Plus employees can maintain flexibility over the work/home balance. Still aiming to build our pool of contractors.
  • Kimberleytin | 30 Aug 2013, 04:15 PM Agree 0
    Outsourcing is in vogue. Businesses hire through trusted freelancer sites. Unfortunately what I feel, many of the Freelance sites on the web can’t help you
    when you need a complex, abstract project like statistical analysis, done in those domains. However, they
    are good in tangible services like web development, logo development etc.
    Statlance from tutorteddy is a new addition and a good option for projects that needs abstract thinking
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