The rise of the gig economy has had a profound impact on the staffing industry. Traditional staffing models based on permanent, full-time employment are becoming less relevant as more workers opt for flexible, short-term arrangements. As a result, staffing firms must adapt to the gig economy if they want to remain competitive.

Embracing the gig economy

For staffing agencies, embracing the gig economy means accepting that traditional employment models are changing and that the demand for flexible, short-term work is on the rise. Staffing firms must be willing to adapt their business models to accommodate this new reality.

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