Did you know that there was a podcast devoted to the ever-evolving contingent workforce? If you are involved in labor management, you might want to check it out. 

Contingent Workforce Weekly is a well-established podcast (there are about 100 episodes stored up in the archives) that highlights the growth and development of the “non-employee workforce.” The podcast, hosted by Christopher J. Dwyer also examines the broader impacts of what most people refer to as the gig economy and what the future of work will look like. 

Originally aired March 24, 2021

This episode features a conversation with Taylor Ramchandani, VP of Strategy at VectorVMS, and Vanessa Miller, Director of Talent Technology at Atrium, who discuss things like the growth of the agile/extended workforce, the impact of direct sourcing in the months ahead and diversity and inclusion as part of the Future of Work movement.

Originally aired March 17, 2021

This week’s episode features a conversation between Dwyer and Gregory Robinson, COO and co-founder of The Mom Project. Gregory and I discuss the critical impact of diversity and inclusion in 2021, a workforce outlook for the year ahead, and how talent communities will shape the evolving world of work. 

Originally aired March 3, 2021

This episode features Maria Luoni, President of RightSourcing, who talks about the power of direct sourcing, the evolving world of work, the impact of MSP and VMS solutions on the health care industry and other things.

Originally aired Feb. 24, 2021

In this episode, Dwyer talks with Marc Husain, Managing Director at VectorVMS, about total talent management, growth in the agile workforce, the important role of direct sourcing and other interesting topics.

Of course, if you have questions about the contingent workforce and how it might benefit your organization, you can always contact us.