Chicago Tribune: candidates with digital skills seek flexible work

August 9, 2017

While contingent talent has long been a valuable part of the workforce, emerging technologies are changing the game for freelancers and employers alike. Providing talent with greater access to jobs than ever before, these technologies give businesses an easy way to market their brand and reputation to attract freelancers to their organization.

Randstad Sourceright global concepts leader, Hary Bottka shares insights with the Chicago Tribune on why talent with digital skills are opting for more flexible work. Learn what you should consider when developing your freelance talent strategy and read Hary’s predictions for the future talent landscape.

Access the full article here, then find out how managed services programs (MSP) can help optimize your freelance talent strategy for both short-term needs and long-term success.

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