Sponsored content: A talent resourcing bazaar, part 3

|June 19th, 2019|

Our series on the development of the UK government’s complex program concludes with a discussion on the brand, the rewarding nature of government work and the approach to launch.

SIA research: IR35 off-payroll working rules in 2020; get started now

|May 8th, 2019|

Enterprise buyers should begin preparing for proposed changes to the UK’s IR35 off-payroll working rules covering taxation and independent contractors, which are expected to be published this summer and take effect next April.

Where in the world is your program going?

|March 27th, 2019|

A report that evaluates dozens of countries to identify which are most and least attractive to staffing firms offers much insight to organizations thinking of expanding their program.

Lower-skilled work visa program introduced

|March 20th, 2019|

A lawmaker introduced a bill last week seeking to establish a year-round, nonfarm work visa for lower-skilled workers, such as construction workers.

Victoria labor hire law starts next month

|March 13th, 2019|

In a staffing firm licensing scheme going into effect in Victoria, Australia, client companies could face AUD$500,000 for using unlicensed staffing firms.

UK: IR35 off-payroll rules’ private-sector expansion

|March 6th, 2019|

The UK government opens consultation on private-sector IR35 independent contractor tax rules.

Bypassing the (UK) courts: Unions and the gig economy

|February 13th, 2019|

A groundbreaking deal between a courier delivery firm and a union on behalf of independent workers may breathe new life into independent worker unionization efforts.

Bills would make it easier for workers with H-1B visas to get green cards

|February 13th, 2019|

Two bills that would remove per-country caps for employment-based green cards were introduced last week in the US House and Senate.

Buckle up: CW trends promise an exciting ride

|January 30th, 2019|

Developments from last year are shaping into an exciting 2019. From direct sourcing getting a facelift to the European-style MSP gaining traction in the US, the year ahead holds numerous opportunities for elevating your program.

IT services exec pleads guilty to H-1B visa fraud

|January 30th, 2019|

A North Carolina man has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit visa fraud that resulted in more than $26 million in revenue for three IT services firms, the US Department of Justice announced.