Now hiring for one day: The gig economy hits retail

Onboarding, training, and alignment with business brand and goals will be an ongoing challenge for companies embracing gig work. Here’s a guy “parachuting” into 50 to 60 hours of work in retail and restaurants a week — he needs a safety net and a tool for managing his current work persona.

“It’s definitely stressful to show up and have your first day almost every time,” Stallings, 25, said, “but at least I don’t feel miserable and stuck on the job.”

Source: Now hiring for one day: The gig economy hits retail

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