Faced with talent scarcity and rising labor costs, companies are weighing the decision of whether to hire freelancers or engage a Business Process
While virtually every company was forced to go remote and is still maintaining a remote workforce environment, that doesn’t mean it is easy to manage or efficient. There are a number of challenges in managing a hybrid workforce.
According to the Insights Partner's SaaS Trends Forecast, the SaaS market is projected to have an 18.5% CAGR, reaching a global market size of $462.94 billion by 2028. Essentially,
Hybrid and remote work are ingrained in today’s business dynamic transforming how companies respond to customer demands.
Pandemic revelations across various facets of human life seem focused on a particularly hot topic today; the Great Resignation. Gaining more momentum within this issue is the declining participation of the female workforce; the Women’s Great Resignation or a more modishly known portmanteau,
Employers can’t find workers amidst the Great Resignation while the existing workforce is slowly shrinking due to a current labor shortage. It’s several months in the making that people are voluntarily quitting their jobs; even with over 10 million positions open,
COVID-19 has impacted more of our lives than we realize today; from health, family, to work, its long-term effects have revolutionized traditional approaches to each aforementioned. Forced into social distancing, the world adapted to WFH,