social contract for gig economy workers
1 in 3 U.S. workers
identify as free agents*
And that number is expected to continue growing.
This evolving talent landscape requires diligence and action to drive meaningful change for those engaged in alternative work arrangements.
*Based on a Kelly Services® global free agents survey.
On February 28, 2017, key policy makers, business leaders, thought leaders and industry associations came together to discuss the need for a new social contract for gig economy workers. This site is intended to share the conversation from the labor policy forum, continue the dialog and turn that dialog into action.
Stay up to date on the outcomes of our event, upcoming issues, future forums and the most recent developments in the gig economy conversation.