Contingent Workforce Index 2016
Just as a country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is used as an economic indicator, the 2016 Contingent Workforce Index (CWI) is an indicator of contingent workforce availability. The report compares the relative ease of sourcing, hiring, and retaining a contingent workforce in 75 competing labour markets around the world.
It provides unparalleled insights into workforce planning which helps organisations develop short and long-term business and workforce strategies – from expanding MSP programmes internationally, to capacity planning, site selection and global sourcing. Each country is ranked across four categories:
Key findings from the 2016 Contingent Workforce Index
The insights from this year’s report include:
New Zealand maintains its top ranked position in both the region and globally for the second year in a row.
The United States and Canada hold the top two positions in the Americas region for the third consecutive year.
Israel maintains its top ranking in the EMEA region in 2016, moving up from fourth in 2014. They currently rank ahead of Ireland, the United Kingdom and South Africa.