Financial firms to ‘significantly increase’ use of gig economy workers | HR Wire
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Financial firms to ‘significantly increase’ use of gig economy workers

PwC believes that gig economy employees will likely perform 15% to 20% of the work of a typical institution within five years

More than half (52%) of financial institutions expect to have more gig-based employees over the next three to five years, according PwC’s report, ‘Productivity 2021 and beyond: Upskilling the workforce of the future to create a competitive advantge in financial services’. The second iteration of PwC’s productivity research, which surveyed over 500 financial services businesses globally, and received over 60% of responses from C-suite leaders, looked at some key work streams implemented by financial services businesses and “evaluated its impact on productivity”. The report states th... Subscribe to read full artical

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Financial firms to ‘significantly increase’ use of gig economy workers | HR Wire
Financial firms to ‘significantly increase’ use of gig economy workers | HR Wire
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Financial firms to ‘significantly increase’ use of gig economy workers

PwC believes that gig economy employees will likely perform 15% to 20% of the work of a typical institution within five years

More than half (52%) of financial institutions expect to have more gig-based employees over the next three to five years, according PwC’s report, ‘Productivity 2021 and beyond: Upskilling the workforce of the future to create a competitive advantge in financial services’. The second iteration of PwC’s productivity research, which surveyed over 500 financial services businesses globally, and received over 60% of responses from C-suite leaders, looked at some key work streams implemented by financial services businesses and “evaluated its impact on productivity”. The report states th... Subscribe to read full artical

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