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Danny Romero

About Danny Romero

Danny Romero is Staffing Industry Analysts' EMEA editor. He can be reached at dromero (at) staffingindustry (dot) com.

Spain to fine companies that perpetuate the wage gap

|October 14th, 2020|

Spain is moving to outlaw the wage gap between men and women, making it mandatory for companies to disclose the salaries of their employees or face fines, The Associated Press reported.

IR35: Check your supply chain

|October 7th, 2020|

End clients will be expected to scrutinize their providers, including MSPs, if they are to avoid the risk of transferred debt liability arising from non-payment of PSC-related taxes to HMRC.

Uber earns back its London license

|September 30th, 2020|

A London agency refused to grant a license renewal initially in 2017. Operating amid appeals, a court has granted Uber the rights to operate in the city.

California buyer and staffing firm cited for failing to protect workers from Covid-19

|September 16th, 2020|

A frozen-food manufacturer and its staffing provider each face more than $200,000 in proposed penalties for failing to protect hundreds of employees from Covid-19.

Well-being measures crucial to safe return to the UK workplace

|August 12th, 2020|

Businesses across the UK are preparing for the return of employees to offices and workplaces as Covid-19 lockdown restrictions continue to ease. What are the requirements?

UK: Health and safety rights review for gig workers

|July 15th, 2020|

The UK’s High Court is allowing a union to proceed with a judicial review that could extend health and safety rights to hundreds of thousands of gig economy workers.

More than a checkbox: Achieving belonging at work

|June 17th, 2020|

Diversity initiatives take on more meaning as the Black Lives Matter protests continue. How contingent workforce programs can ensure their company cultures are inclusive and foster a sense of belonging for all.

Google sets minimum wage, benefits requirements for contract workers

|April 3rd, 2019|

Google joins the ranks of firms mandating a minimum wage and other benefits to temporary employees and contractors assigned to it by staffing firms, The Hill reports. Suppliers that don't comply will no longer be able to supply talent to Google.

Student and grad temp firm wins SIA’s ‘Dragon’s Den’ competition

|April 3rd, 2019|

Four gig economy tech firms competed in a Dragon’s Den-style competition at SIA’s second annual Collaboration in the Gig Economy conference last week in London.