For three years, we’ve been tracking labor trends in the event service industry. The goal of our annual survey is to not only see how things change year over year, but also give event companies a tool to benchmark their own processes with those of other industry leaders. Here is what you will find in this year’s results:
- What is the average number of temporary workers (1099 or part-time W2) that event companies work each year?
- How do the majority of event companies classify their live event labor? How has that changed since our survey’s inception?
- How do most event companies track time & attendance for their live event crews?
- How do most event companies collect and store new hire paperwork and documents from the field?
- What percentage of event companies travel their crew?
- How often are labor agencies used by event companies?
- How do event companies rate crew performance?
- What is “most concerning” for those in the event industry right now?
- What are the top industry challenges that event companies face?
- What do event companies track monthly?
Click here to view all of the results from LASSO’s 2018 Event Industry Survey.
In the event industry, it’s a constant challenge for companies to manage their on-the-go and on-demand workforce. LASSO’s integrated workflow management solution was built for the event industry, by the event industry, in order to automate workflows and address the shifting players, fragmented responsibilities, and complex processes surrounding an event – everything from on-boarding to scheduling, time capture, traveling, communicating with, and paying a crew – all while gaining real-time insight into actual event profitability and accessing actionable data for success.
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