Alastair Fitzpayne, Shelly Steward and Ethan Pollack
Yesterday’s release of the 2017 Contingent Worker Supplement (CWS) provides the first government numbers on contingent and alternative work arrangements in thirteen years. Here are our five top takeaways from these new numbers.
Tomorrow’s release of the 2017 Contingent Worker Supplement (CWS) will provide the first government estimate of contingent and alternative work in 13 years. Here are nine things to keep in mind about what the new numbers can and cannot tell us.
The Future of Work Initiative and Cornell University's ILR School are excited to launch the Gig Economy Data Hub, an online resource devoted to increasing understanding of the gig economy and its workers.