Open talent models are evolving so rapidly, it’s sometimes hard to keep up. Where is open sourcing going and how will that impact the future of work?
You’ve started using open talent models and are already realizing the benefits—hiring gig workers can be better, faster and cheaper for your business. But now that California has set a precedent with Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), it’s smart to analyze the implications of this legislation may have for companies around the world in how they classify and engage with workers.
The blended employee-freelance model workforce can lead to great things for any company, but it takes the right plan to keep everyone aligned. John Winsor of Open Assembly recently dove in with Jon Younger PhD to learn how to set your team up for success.
With the passing of California’s Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), often referred to as the “gig economy” bill, companies both established and recently incorporated, large and small, are wondering what the next steps are to adhere to the criteria dictated by AB5. Open Assembly engaged the help of Dan McCoy, Chair of Employment Practices at the […]
As we are propelled into an even-more digital age, companies and employees are both asking: To what degree will AI replace human intelligence and make jobs obsolete? In the inevitable future of AI, what is the outlook for human employees? Neil Jensen, Vice President, Product Strategy, Workday, identifies trends in areas like the future of work. I asked Jensen to share with us the trends he’s seeing in the future-of-work space.
Gig, crowd, freelancing are all terms companies and academics use to talk about a new powerful economy, fueled by technology, that is emerging and gives people the tools to be able to pursue their passions at a reasonable cost. It’s not much different than other less than inspiring terms like consumer and employee.
The California Supreme Court signed into law Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), which could change how businesses employ contract workers. Nicknamed the “gig economy bill,” the legislation establishes criteria around the classification of full-time employees versus independent contractors.
A future where companies have more freelancers than permanent staff has long been predicted by folks like Forbes contributor Jon Younger, Ph.D., a writer and advisor to HR tech startups. In fact, companies like Google are already there, he says. In his work, Jon helps envision how workforce changes will affect employees and the human-resources function once companies scale. I had the opportunity to chat with Jon recently about the emerging implications of this new paradigm for businesses and employees. Here are a few of the top takeaways from that conversation.
Open Assembly founder John Winsor interviews Paul Hlivko, the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield.