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Danny Romero

About Danny Romero

Danny Romero is an associate editor with Staffing Industry Analysts. He can be reached at dromero (at) staffingindustry (dot) com.

Monitoring remote contingent workers

|January 4th, 2023|

We discuss how CW program managers should approach this delicate process. Best practices include sharing information with the workers.
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New Zealand passes law allowing for industrywide fair pay collective bargaining

|November 9th, 2022|

Industry observers expect a new law to add costs and administrative burden to employers as negotiations would encompass all employers across industries.
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IC roundup: Landmark Uber ruling in New Zealand, companies settle lawsuits

|October 26th, 2022|

Uber drivers were declared employees by the New Zealand Employment Court in a case that could have broader impact; California sees multiple misclassification settlements.
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Visa roundup: European worker visa updates

|October 5th, 2022|

Developments underway in Europe: Spain is proposing a “digital nomad” worker visa to lure remote workers to its shores, while the UK is reviewing its visa scheme to help ease the talent shortage.
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U-turn ahead: UK to repeal IR35 reforms

|September 28th, 2022|

The UK is fulfilling its new prime minister’s promise to scrap IR35 off-payroll working rules. While welcome news, experts urge caution from employers and push for clear government guidance.
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Destination TTM?

|August 10th, 2022|

Are all roads leading to total talent management, and are businesses in fact adopting this strategy? It’s a difficult journey but the end justifies the winding paths and detours.
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UK provides guidance to clarify gig workers’ rights

|August 3rd, 2022|

The UK last week published guidance to clarify the rights to which gig economy workers are entitled, from the national minimum wage to paid leave. Additional guidance for employers or engagers is available to help them understand their responsibilities toward their staff.
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UK Supreme Court: Contingents’ holiday pay need not be prorated to FTEs

|July 27th, 2022|

The recent ruling regarding holiday leave and pay calculations affects businesses and others that employ workers who work part of the year on permanent contracts.
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UK approves plan to allow agency temps to replace striking workers

|July 13th, 2022|

The UK Parliament has approved controversial plans to enable businesses to use temporary agency workers to plug staffing gaps amid strikes. Staffing industry voices opposition.
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DE&I in the EU: Staying compliant with anti-discrimination employment laws

|June 22nd, 2022|

While the European Union prohibits discrimination on certain grounds, individual member states have their own laws to consider as you develop initiatives for your contingent workforce program. Here’s the landscape.
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