Is Your Contingent Talent Strategy Derailing Workforce Diversity at Your Company?

In the wake of Black Lives Matter and other social justice movements, many companies made bold commitments to expand and improve their diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives.

While organizations have made important strides for their full-time employees, D&I efforts are often not extended to contingent and temporary workers, whose ranks have swelled during the pandemic.

As more and more organizations pursue a more holistic and comprehensive talent strategy that increasingly leans on contingent talent, human capital leaders must rethink how they engage with this growing cohort of nontraditional workers. Doing so will ensure companies continue to attract the best talent, build a diverse talent pool, and provide the same inclusive experience across their entire workforce.

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