Human Resources Executive Online – October 18, 2016
A piece from Human Resources Executive Online cites MBO Partners data on sizing the gig economy.
Bloomberg BNA – October 17, 2016
There's growing interest in creating an unemployment benefits program for gig workers, but so far lawmakers, advocates and other stakeholders are coming up with more questions than answers.
Wall Street Journal – October 10, 2016
There are two faces of the gig economy. Among high-earning independents, satisfaction is up.
SpendMatters – October 05, 2016
SpendMatters' Andrew Karpie looks at what booths and exhibitors are worth touring during this week's HR Tech Conference in Chicago. Naturally, MBO Partners is a must-visit.
SpendMatters – September 27, 2016
SpendMatters covers the launch of MBO Connect 2.0
Forbes – August 29, 2016
Recently, I met with Gene Zaino, president and CEO of MBO Partners, which provides back-office support to independent workers, and his team at his office in Herndon, Va., to discuss how this could be achieved.
Fortune – August 19, 2016
Why is that a problem? In a word, productivity. A recent report by MBO Partners says that independent workers contribute just 7% of the nation’s GDP. In other words, self-employed workers are less than half as productive as their counterparts with full-time jobs. And that’s a real problem.
Spend Matters – August 09, 2016
Finally, there has been discussion of the concept of “dependent contractor,” as well as advocacy by interested private parties, such as MBO Partners and its proposal for the institution of a new “worker certification” called Certified Self-Employed (CSE).
Yahoo! Finance – August 05, 2016
MBO Partners, a company that provides enterprise software to the firms that employ independent workers, estimated that there were nearly 40 million independent workers over the age of 20 in 2015.
Fast Company – August 03, 2016
Of the 16.9 million self-employed workers MBO Partners recently identified as actively working full time in the U.S., 63% want to stay independent, compared with the 22% who want to build a bigger business from their solo efforts. At the same time, only 3% call ourselves entrepreneurs.