Blended Workforce definition

A blended workforce combines a variety of employees on different contracts, including permanent full-time staff, part-time, temporary workers, contractors and freelancers. Some argue that blended workforces encourage diversity in the workforce. They also provide options to employers should the business environment sour – freelancers, for example, can be let go without the redundancy consultations and pay associated with permanent employees.


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