Moonlighting: An Examination of Dual Employment in Contemporary Organizations

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Gandhi. L, Anushree N Halyal, Pooja Reghunadh


In today's dynamic and connected world, moonlighting, the practice of people working multiple jobs concurrently, has become more common. A more flexible and adaptable approach to employment has replaced the conventional notion of a single, lifelong career in the modern workplace. Corporate moonlighting, where employees work two or more jobs simultaneously, is one example of this change. Although the practice of moonlighting is not new, it has become more common and significant in recent years because of advancements in technology, workplace dynamism, employee expectations, and above all the aftermath of COVID-19. The idea of corporate moonlighting is examined in this paper from a variety of perspectives, including its definitions, types, causes, effects, and management approaches. It aims to shed light on the evolving landscape of employment practices and the challenges and opportunities that arise with this phenomenon.

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