Loading...

Blog

Sponsored: Improving talent quality at the enterprise: Insights and data

Whether the talent shortage is temporary or the new normal, it is a reality that organizations must contend with. Glider AI discusses giving recruiters and engagement managers tools that will help them make the hiring process stronger and faster with better results.
|October 13th, 2021|Comments Off on Sponsored: Improving talent quality at the enterprise: Insights and data

Navigating the talent platform terrain

As programs contend with worker shortages, they need to explore all talent acquisition options. Talent platforms are a growing marketplace, but you need to learn how to approach it.
|October 13th, 2021|Comments Off on Navigating the talent platform terrain

Court: AB 5 not a first amendment issue

Freelance journalists and photographers claimed AB 5 violates their free speech. The 9th Circuit rejected that, saying the legislation falls within the traditional sphere of state regulation.
|October 13th, 2021|Comments Off on Court: AB 5 not a first amendment issue

Collaborate for a better world of work

The workforce solutions ecosystem is flourishing because the people within it are willing to work together to share best practices and thought leadership, writes SIA’s Frank Enriquez in the Staffing Stream.
|October 13th, 2021|Comments Off on Collaborate for a better world of work

Prepping for President Biden’s mandatory vaccine requirement

While companies await OSHA rules on implementing Biden's vaccine mandate, guidance from other government departments may provide some pointers.
|October 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Prepping for President Biden’s mandatory vaccine requirement

CWS Symposium Live: Moving forward with your DE&I initiatives, part 2

Education, training and leadership — don’t forget communication — are key components to the successful implementation of a DE&I initiative for your contingent workforce.
|October 6th, 2021|Comments Off on CWS Symposium Live: Moving forward with your DE&I initiatives, part 2

Contingent worker awarded $137 million in discrimination case against Tesla

A federal jury in San Francisco awarded a contingent worker at Tesla Inc. $137 million in damages in a racial discrimination lawsuit. The award included $130 million in punitive damages.
|October 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Contingent worker awarded $137 million in discrimination case against Tesla

Company to pay $42 million in independent contractor misclassification case

A Pennsylvania company will pay $42.3 million in back wages and liquidated damages to 700 workers after misclassifying them as independent contractors, the US Department of Labor announced.
|October 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Company to pay $42 million in independent contractor misclassification case

AB 5 roundup: SCOTUS declines truckers’ case; state extends exemptions

The US Supreme Court declines truckers’ AB 5 case; California legislature extends AB 5 exemptions for certain job types.
|October 6th, 2021|Comments Off on AB 5 roundup: SCOTUS declines truckers’ case; state extends exemptions

Remote work shifts talent landscape: Change your approach

Remote work is challenging companies to modify management practices and evaluate policies long-term, as they face workforces inclined to quit rather than be forced back into the office and other challenges.
|September 29th, 2021|Comments Off on Remote work shifts talent landscape: Change your approach