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  • Reimagining HR

    With the goal of “advancing the HR profession forward, faster,” CHREATE is the collaborative effort of a group of CHROs from leading organizations, along with a small group of academics and other thought leaders, focused on defining – and working to enable – the future of HR.

With estimates ranging from as low as 600,000 (Brookings – The Hamilton Project) to as many as 14.4 million in a recent Time, Burson-Marstellar, Aspen Institute poll, it seems clear that the counting and definition of who is included in the gig economy is in need of further refinement. Understanding the size and the nature of this part of the workforce is critical because the rapid emergence of such work arrangements, most of which aren’t covered by traditional wage and labor laws, point to important changes in the U.S. job market.


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Did You Know?

Employees of IRC4HRSM/TM (formerly IRC) were part of the committee responsible for drafting the Social Security Act, legislation that was passed in the United States in 1935.

IRC4HR and Social Policy