their reliance on contingent labor to 10 percent or more of the workforce experienced statistically significant increases in earnings before interest, taxes depreciation, and amortization. In addition, firms
and administrative (SG&A) expenses are down to 23% from 27%. Half of this is non-technical payrolls and the rest is general expenses. Payroll taxes and non-technical benefits account for 2.5% of general expenses
and hirer of a contingent worker, the supplier pays the worker's wages, benefits and employment taxes and carries workers' compensation insurance to cover the worker. In such cases, the worker will usually
,652 companies that have completed their 2004 annual meetings.
Additional findings showed that tax fees were about 22.7% of the total charged by the firms, audit-related fees formed 14.8% of the total cost