The global Temporary Labour market reached a value of about USD 463 billion in 2021. The industry is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 4.5% in the forecast period of 2022-2027 to reach a value of about USD 594 billion by 2027.
The global Temporary Labour industry report gives a comprehensive analysis of the industry, including key segments, trends, drivers, restraints, the competitive landscape, and other essential market aspects. The market is primarily being driven by the need for temporary employees in various industries, including IT. In the industry report, the key demand indicator is the highest category spender by region—Europe.
A temporary job or temporary employment is an employment scenario in which the working arrangement is confined to a specific period based on the employer's demands. Fixed-term, project- or task-based contracts and seasonal or casual work, including day labour, are examples of temporary employment. The Temporary Labour industry report comprises segments by region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and South America).
Europe holds the largest share in the market due to a surge in demand for temporary workers in the automotive manufacturing industry. Furthermore, owing to an expanding number of businesses in Europe, the need for temporary workers is expected to rise. It will continue to develop as the number of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) grows, and these businesses choose to use temporary workers to save money on employment.
The market is being driven by the demand for temporary employment from numerous sectors, including construction, healthcare, logistics, information technology (IT), and telecommunications, for various growth initiatives. The need for temporary labour is expected to rise due to the number of innovative city initiatives undertaken by various governments, propelling the market forward. Organisations that use quick labour services benefit from multiple advantages, including lower recruiting expenses, lower employee benefits expenditures, and lower training costs. Organisations can also employ these workers on non-core activities while focusing their resources on core ones. Workforce shortages are common in businesses, especially during peak seasons or other emergencies, thus, resulting in increased demand.
However, hiring temporary workers causes permanent staff to feel insecure, demoralises them, and reduces their productivity, likely acting as a market restraint.
The global Temporary Labour industry report by Procurement Resource gives an in-depth analysis of the best buying practices followed by major global Temporary Labour regions, such as engagement models, contract terms, and buyer and supplier negotiation levers.
There are two types of employment in the industry; Fixed-term, project-based, or task-based contracts are contractual employment agreements between one employer and one employee with a set length or an end date. On the other hand, Casual work is the hiring of employees for a limited time or on an occasional and intermittent basis, usually for a fixed number of hours, days, or weeks, in exchange for a payment determined by the conditions of a daily or periodic labour agreement. Casual labour is common in low-income developing nations, but it has recently evolved in industrialised economies.
The need for temporary IT specialists is propelling the industry. Because of the expansion in warehousing, trucking, and other manufacturing sectors, the demand for temporary workers is expanding in the transportation and logistics business, which works as a growth driver for the industry. The introduction of Human Cloud and VMS (vendor management system) has also benefited the sector by improving process control and management. In addition, SOWs are growing because they allow clients to control expenses and engage workers based on the project and the remuneration, which is contingent on the project or deliverable being completed. Furthermore, the demand for temporary workers in transportation and logistics is expected to rise as the warehouse, trucking, and other manufacturing sectors expand. Temporary labour is being used to meet the rising demand for internet shopping-related on-demand delivery services, which is likely to develop the market's potential.
The regional markets for the industry can be divided into North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the Asia Pacific.
As part of their attempts to establish a competitive edge in the market, the corporations are focused on developing new goods and services. Market leaders form strategic alliances and conduct mergers and acquisitions to establish their companies and boost their market positions globally.
1. Executive Summary
2. Temporary Labour Industry Snapshot
2.1. Temporary Labour Market Outlook
2.2. Regional Overview
2.2.1. North America
2.2.3. Asia Pacific
2.2.4. Latin America
2.2.5. Middle East & Africa
3. Impact of Recent Events
4. Temporary Labour Value Chain Analysis
5. Trade Analysis
6. Major Risk Factors in Sourcing
7. Temporary Labour Cost Structure
8. Temporary Labour Price Analysis
9. Key Demand Indicator Analysis
10. Key Price Indicator Analysis
11. Temporary Labour Market Dynamics
11.1. Drivers & Constraints
11.2. Industry Events
11.3. Innovations & Trends
11.4. SWOT Analysis
11.5. Porter’s Five Forces
11.5.1. Buyer Power
11.5.2. Supplier Power
11.5.3. Threat of New entrants
11.5.4. Threat of Substitutes
11.5.5. Industry Rivalry
12. Industry Best Practices
12.1. Sourcing Strategy
12.2. Procurement Model
12.3. Contract Structure
12.4. Negotiation Levers
12.5. Pricing Model
12.6. Key Factors Influencing the Quotation
13. Key Supplier Analysis
13.1. Adecco Group AG
13.2. ManpowerGroup Inc
13.3. Randstad NV
13.4. Allegis Group Inc
13.5. Manning Global Group
The global Temporary Labour market size was valued at USD 463 billion in 2021.
The industry is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 4.5% in the forecast period of 2022-2027.
The significant demand for temporary workers in various industries is one of the essential drivers of the Temporary Labour market growth.
Adecco Group AG, ManpowerGroup Solutions, Randstad Holding, and Allegis Group are some of the key companies in the market.
The Europe region of the Temporary Labour industry holds a significant share in the market.
The global Temporary Labour market attained a value of USD 463 billion in 2021, driven by the rising demand for temporary employment from numerous sectors, including construction, healthcare, logistics, information technology (IT), and telecommunications, for various growth initiatives. Organisations that use temporary labour services benefit from multiple advantages, including lower recruiting expenses, lower employee benefits expenditures, and lower training costs. Aided by factors like the growing need for IT specialists, the demand for temporary workers in transportation and logistics the rising demand for internet shopping-related on-demand delivery services, the market is projected to witness further development in the estimated period of 2022-2027, progressing at a CAGR of 4.5%. The market is projected to reach USD 594 billion by 2027. Some of the leading players in the industry are Adecco Group AG, ManpowerGroup Solutions, Randstad Holding, and Allegis Group.
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