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Best Practices in Contingent Workforce Transformation

The US Department of Labor defines a contingent worker as “a temporary member of an organization who does not possess a contract for permanent employment.” Under that guidance contingent workers include, part-time, contractors, on call, workers hired for a specific period, professional employment organizations, leased employees, agency temporary workers, day laborers, and vendor on premises1. With these definitions, there are no limitations to defining a contingent worker.