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International talent a gold mine despite challenges

Talent acquisition platforms can help programs cast a wider net for much-needed resources. Be aware of the challenges before tapping this recruiting channel. This may be the time to bring your projects to the best available workers.
|April 27th, 2022|Comments Off on International talent a gold mine despite challenges

Nintendo and staffing supplier hit with labor complaint

The NLRB is investigating a complaint that Nintendo and its staffing provider allegedly terminated a contractor over unionization activities. The video game maker denies knowledge of union activities.
|April 27th, 2022|Comments Off on Nintendo and staffing supplier hit with labor complaint

Buyer jointly liable for staffing firms’ Covid sick leave violations

A California poultry processor and its staffing providers are jointly liable for failure to inform thousands of temps of Covid-19 supplemental paid sick leave, the California labor commissioner says.
|April 27th, 2022|Comments Off on Buyer jointly liable for staffing firms’ Covid sick leave violations

Building real relationships

The best relationships between contingent workforce programs and their staffing suppliers are built on long-term investments of time and energy, writes Bristol Myers Squibb’s program director in Staffing Industry Review magazine.
|April 27th, 2022|Comments Off on Building real relationships

The gig worker opportunity despite hurdles

Despite the headaches their use may cause contingent workforce program managers, gig workers provide significant benefits, and programs would do better to find a way to engage them.
|April 20th, 2022|Comments Off on The gig worker opportunity despite hurdles

DE&I: Small steps in a long journey

Implementing a DE&I initiative for your contingent workforce program requires overcoming unforeseen obstacles, but a steady approach will serve you well.
|April 20th, 2022|Comments Off on DE&I: Small steps in a long journey

Court slashes contingent worker’s $137 million jury award

Citing a disproportionate award and constitutional limits, a judge last week reduced to $15 million a contingent worker’s award in a racial discrimination and harassment case against Tesla.
|April 20th, 2022|Comments Off on Court slashes contingent worker’s $137 million jury award

Staffing executives charged with H-1B visa fraud

Defendants applied for H-1B visas naming client companies but assigned the workers to different firms that paid more than $2.5 million for the resources.
|April 20th, 2022|Comments Off on Staffing executives charged with H-1B visa fraud

Canada enhances Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Canada announced enhancements to its Temporary Foreign Worker Program as part of an ongoing effort to meet the country’s labor market needs.
|April 20th, 2022|Comments Off on Canada enhances Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Driving SOW adoption? The name is key

Contingent workforce programs that are set up to deliver staff augmentation services have had limited success bringing in statement-of-work spend. That may be due to a lack of understanding of what SOW really is.
|April 13th, 2022|Comments Off on Driving SOW adoption? The name is key