The ‘Russian doll’ workplace

The ‘Russian doll’ workplace
The growth of subcontracting is making it more common to “not actually work for the people you work for,” said Henry Grabar at Slate. Emergency room doctors, hotel cleaners, and delivery drivers don’t have very much in common — except for the fact that “their jobs increasingly come from nationwide firms that specialize in a particular employment niche.” Business professor David Weil estimates more than 4 in 5 hotel workers actually worked for staffing companies hired by the hotel operator.


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