Rethinking Human Resource Strategies: A Shift in the Treatment of Contingent Workers

Tekeisha Zimmerman, Mariya Gavrilova-Aguilar, Princess Cullum

Abstract


Contingent workers fulfill valuable organizational needs and have functioned as knowledge resources for
organizations. Despite their contributions, the literature suggests that a difference in treatment exists between
contingent and standard workers in terms of onboarding, pay for performance, and training and development
practices within organizations. This paper presents an empirically testable framework that argues for a shift in
HR strategies that will allow for equality in treatment between standard and contingent workers within
organizations.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v8n7p28

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