Few companies are able to maintain a steady pace of work at all times and often experience various ebbs and flows of demand. Meeting that demand, without overtaking employees or paying too many people to work with too little demand for their time, can be challenging. But companies have found a variety of ways to smooth out their “lumpy” workloads.
Finding Flexibility to Meet Varying Demand
At Futurety, a data analytics firm, about 30% of its work is project-based, says Bill Balderaz, the company’s president. The firm works with niche industries like health care, government, and higher education