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Uncovering the underemployed
2018 State of the Hourly Worker Report
TODAY’S PRESENTER
Imani Holmes
Sr. Associate, Content Marketing
TODAY’S PRESENTER
Jess Drizin
Lead, UX and Market Research
About State of Hourly Worker
Gaining the perspective of real workers
Jan. 2018
surveyed 2,012
hourly workers
Currently-emp...
Underemployment is
undeniable
What is underemployment?
The need and active search for addt’l hours to maintain a reasonable Quality of Life1
2
3
4
5
Inc...
3 things the underemployed really want
Stable schedules Full-time roles Side hustles
1 2 3
1. Schedule Stability
“I work 2 part-time jobs
and it still doesn’t equal to
a full-time job which is
crazy.”
- Denise
Schedule Stability
Consistent hours and reliable shifts
aren’t working
the hours they
expected when
they took the job
42%
...
Shift how you schedule
Consistency is key
Share schedules sooner
than later
Communicate schedule
changes
Find a scheduling...
2. Full-time jobs
“Unfortunately,
my position is not
full-time but I still
have full-time bills.”
- Erica
Full-time jobs
One job and everything that comes with it
would prefer to work a
single full-time job to
get the hours they...
Pick the right perks
Alternatives when you can’t offer full-time
Explore different
PTO options
Present the path to
full-ti...
3. Side hustles
“My hours aren’t
stable and I don’t
get paid enough to
only have one job.”
- Lauren
Side Hustles
An extra gig can make a difference
willing to work
multiple jobs to get
the hours they need
>80%
workers curr...
Join the hustle
Add on-demand shifts to your schedule
Explore the idea of
on-demand shifts
Create flexible
schedules to he...
Closing
Let’s review!
Info you can use
More than half
of underemployed
workers are actively
looking for another job
3 things to co...
Make it work with Snag
Recruiting tools for the underemployed and beyond
● Recruiting Services
● Careers Sites
● Snag.Work
Check out the eBook!
Download for free to learn even more
Thank you.
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There are thousands of hourly workers out there who want more hours. That’s what our recent survey of over 2,000 people in the hourly job market has revealed.

Check out Snag's ‘Uncovering the Underemployed’ webinar presentation to discover what they’re looking for, the key recruiting techniques you need, and the most effective tools you can use.

The webinar explores:
- Which workers are considered underemployed
- What they want from your business
- The best way to find them, attract them and hire them

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Uncovering the Underemployed: 2018 State of the Hourly Worker Report

  1. 1. Uncovering the underemployed 2018 State of the Hourly Worker Report
  2. 2. TODAY’S PRESENTER Imani Holmes Sr. Associate, Content Marketing
  3. 3. TODAY’S PRESENTER Jess Drizin Lead, UX and Market Research
  4. 4. About State of Hourly Worker Gaining the perspective of real workers Jan. 2018 surveyed 2,012 hourly workers Currently-employed survey participants Range of questions on topics from scheduling and pay to work/life balance
  5. 5. Underemployment is undeniable
  6. 6. What is underemployment? The need and active search for addt’l hours to maintain a reasonable Quality of Life1 2 3 4 5 Inconsistency in hours and schedule Working part time involuntarily Inability to cover living expenses with provided hours Receiving less hours at work due to employer/business needs
  7. 7. 3 things the underemployed really want Stable schedules Full-time roles Side hustles 1 2 3
  8. 8. 1. Schedule Stability
  9. 9. “I work 2 part-time jobs and it still doesn’t equal to a full-time job which is crazy.” - Denise
  10. 10. Schedule Stability Consistent hours and reliable shifts aren’t working the hours they expected when they took the job 42% underemployed workers get more than 35 hours/week on avg 1 in 4 get less than 24 hours notice of shift changes 21%
  11. 11. Shift how you schedule Consistency is key Share schedules sooner than later Communicate schedule changes Find a scheduling tool that works for your business
  12. 12. 2. Full-time jobs
  13. 13. “Unfortunately, my position is not full-time but I still have full-time bills.” - Erica
  14. 14. Full-time jobs One job and everything that comes with it would prefer to work a single full-time job to get the hours they need 74% full-time workers make $3/hour more than part-time counterparts On avg., of participants working part time get no perks or benefits 20%
  15. 15. Pick the right perks Alternatives when you can’t offer full-time Explore different PTO options Present the path to full-time potential Highlight everything you offer when recruiting
  16. 16. 3. Side hustles
  17. 17. “My hours aren’t stable and I don’t get paid enough to only have one job.” - Lauren
  18. 18. Side Hustles An extra gig can make a difference willing to work multiple jobs to get the hours they need >80% workers currently have a side hustle in addition to their current job 1 in 3 of employers expected to work with on-demand workers over the next year 81%
  19. 19. Join the hustle Add on-demand shifts to your schedule Explore the idea of on-demand shifts Create flexible schedules to help accommodate side hustles
  20. 20. Closing
  21. 21. Let’s review! Info you can use More than half of underemployed workers are actively looking for another job 3 things to consider when recruiting these workers A new pool of candidates ready to work with you
  22. 22. Make it work with Snag Recruiting tools for the underemployed and beyond ● Recruiting Services ● Careers Sites ● Snag.Work
  23. 23. Check out the eBook! Download for free to learn even more
  24. 24. Thank you.

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