The term Contingent Workforce generally includes many different classifications of labor. In the broadest definition, Contingent workforce is used to describe workers who aren’t hired as permanent employees. Included in this group are agency temps, on-call workers, self-employed workers, seasonal part-time workers, independent contractors (who find their own customers) and professional contractors.
Source: U.S. Government Accountability Office report
CXC Global serves a distinct segment of the contingent workforce, the Professional Contractor. This classification of worker is highly skilled and compensated. The professional contractor has skillsets that are generally used in a project based workforce solution that has a defined duration.
CXC uses the term Contingent Workforce when referring to the Professional Contractor.
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