GIG ECONOMY IS GROWING IN LINE WITH TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS.
The gig economy, where permanent employment is replaced by temporary ‘gig’ employment, represents the future labour market. Most analysts agree with this. Within five years, 45 per cent of the workforce is expected to be working as freelancers and two-thirds of all managers will be allocating assignments on-line.
A natural consequence of the rapid development of technology
SOCIAL ABILITY VITAL IN THE FACE OF CHANGING COMPETENCE NEEDS
THE INDIVIDUAL IS NOW RESPONSIBLE FOR LIFELONG
THE GIG ECONOMY REQUIRES FLEXIBILITY, COMPETENCE AND SPEED