2019 was the year that proved contingent workers (e.g., freelancers, contractors, and consultants) are here to stay. In this article, Salo’s Jon Cermak outlines three changes organizations need to make to succeed in a market increasingly fueled by these experienced contingent workers.
Business “emergencies” happen all the time. And, luckily, there really are superheroes who can come to the rescue: Experienced short-term consultants. Learn more about the super powers of these seasoned veterans.
Whether you’re in middle school or middle age, assimilating with a new set of peers can feel a bit daunting. However, when you’re a consultant, it’s part of every project. Check here for their top tips for making a smooth transition to a new team.
Whether you actively dislike your job, feel overlooked for promotions, or just seem stuck on autopilot; it’s easy to get discouraged. But, the good news is: You have choices. One of those choices is consulting.
If you’re looking for a new job or a consulting gig, you’re in luck. With a tight job market, organizations have realized how important it is to provide a positive and personalized candidate experience.