The current skew is right now indicating that more repetitive jobs are covered under GIG. This will change for sure as more and more value creation jobs go for flexible approach and the biggest shift humankind is seeing is a move from balanced work-life to balanced life-work. Read More..
Cover Story - The GIG wave
In India, the gig working arrangement is at its nascent stages. More and more fresh talent joining the workforce to look for flexibility in work. This will enable a gradual shift in better paid and more productive work. Read More..
The gig economy, well aided by mobile app-based platforms, could potentially catalyze the economic recovery, as it provides more job opportunities to the masses. Read More..
To unlock the gig economy full potential, economies will need to develop an ecosystem of offerings and services, public digital goods, and public policy along with evolving industry practices. Read More..
The job market is a mix of people with different aspirations and age groups. In the near future there will most definitely not be only traditional full-time model of working. Read More..
The main issue with gig economy is the employment relationship, which needs to be more clearly defined. Most of the time, it is the ambiguity around the rights of workers and the responsibilities of platforms. Read More..
Since there is no employer-employee relationship, the gig workers are not beholden to any particular employer and therefore have greater flexibility in terms of the work they can choose and the hours they dedicate. Read More..
With the increase in Gig economy, the numbers of gig workforce are also multiplying. It is for the organisations banking upon such workforce to create happy customers, to keep them satisfied and happy. Read More..