"Every organisation is defined by its core business competencies. These competencies define the organisation's product/service differentiator, for customer attraction and retention. Hence, it is important that every organisation invest their resources (including management bandwidth) in nurturing these competencies.

However, just managing these core business competencies is not enough. There are a number of non-core business competencies that an organisation needs to manage effectively and efficiently.

This is where a Contingent Workforce plays a vital role - a workforce that brings the competencies that are not core to the business but vital for business/project objectives. On an average, contingent workforce makes up around 10-20 percent of any established organisation and going forward, we believe there will be a similar trend in the start-up eco-system as well."

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Nitin Rajendran, Head for Organisation Practice, Wenger & Watson Inc

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