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Labor Department sends high-stakes IC classification rule to White House for review

|September 2nd, 2020|

Following reported internal conflict over the endeavor, the DOL has sent to the White House a proposed rule that would set new parameters for worker classification.
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Bold Predictions: Partnerships will be the path to dominate the FMS landscape

|August 26th, 2020|

A program manager discusses freelancer management systems and the need for providers to partner with programs’ MSPs, in the Staffing Stream.
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Time travel: View the workplace and employers of the future

|August 19th, 2020|

With massive change already thrust upon the industry by the pandemic, SIA's Peter Reagan plans a CWS 3.0 series in which he will discuss trends he expects to take shape. He discusses his plans in The Staffing Stream.
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USCIS holds second H-1B visa lottery

|August 19th, 2020|

US Citizenship and Immigration Services last week announced it held a second H-1B cap lottery, National Law Review reported. 
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Trump independent contractor rule reportedly stalled by agency discord

|August 19th, 2020|

The Labor Department’s race to craft a rule for when businesses can classify workers as independent contractors is jeopardized by an internal conflict over its legality and concerns that the November election’s results could doom the project, Bloomberg Law reports.
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Lawsuit against work visa executive orders moves forward

|August 12th, 2020|

A lawsuit challenging two executive orders affecting work visas is proceeding, Forbes reports; tech giants and US states file briefs challenging the orders.
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Leading into the post-pandemic recovery

|August 12th, 2020|

When the recovery phase of the Covid-19 crisis starts to unfold, business leaders and teams will face new challenges. A Harvard Business Review blog post discusses what you can expect and how you can navigate.
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Bridging your in-house and suppliers’ talent pools

|August 5th, 2020|

Getting a direct sourcing program up and running takes time. And you might need to expand beyond your talent pool. A CW professional examines a bridged approach, utilizing your suppliers’ vast database of candidates — for a fee.
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Addressing D&I through diversity staffing firms

|July 22nd, 2020|

Part of companies’ efforts to address diversity and inclusion in this heightened climate will include reserving some of their business for companies that are under diversity ownership. A resource for CW programs to meet those goals.
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Canada paves way for IC driver class action against Uber

|July 1st, 2020|

The Canadian Supreme Court ruled last week Uber’s arbitration agreement is unenforceable, enabling a driver’s independent contractor misclassification class action suit to move forward, The New York Times reports.
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