How Gig Economy Companies are Stepping Up to Help Americans Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic | The Gig Economy Roundup

BY Julia Ryder

27 Apr, 2020

How Gig Economy Companies are Stepping Up to Help Americans Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic | The Gig Economy Roundup

BY Julia Ryder

How to Prevent Shift No-Shows

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If you own a business or you’re in charge of hiring, you’ve probably experienced your fair share of employee no-shows. And if you’re someone who wears many hats, the repercussions can take you away from other important managerial responsibilities. The next time you post a job, use this as a guide to ensure the people you expect to show up, actually show up.

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How Gig Economy Companies are Stepping Up to Help Americans Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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Amid the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting stay-at-home orders and national economic downturn, our nation’s gig economy companies have become a fundamentally essential part of many Americans’ daily lives – and an economic lifeline for many others.

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