‘Making temps feel like they are a stepchild is actually more dangerous’

|September 16th, 2015|

Anecdotal evidence seems to indicate that employers spend little time thinking about how to keep temporary workers engaged. It’s no secret that engaged workers are more productive but engaging temps comes with its own challenges.

For this week’s topic, we asked Greg Muccio, senior manager, People Department, at Southwest Airlines his opinion.

Muccio said one of the […]

NLRB could expand joint employer definition in current case

|August 26th, 2015|

A ruling is due any day now from the National Labor Relations Board in a case that could redefine some staffing buyers as joint employers under the National Labor Relations Act. Experts don’t believe it will have a large impact on most staffing supplier-staffing buyer relations at this time, but a ruling for the union […]

It’s Not a Matter of Time

|December 1st, 2009|

A persistent hot topic regarding contingent labor is that of term limits. The phrase “term limit” typically refers to a policy pursuant to which contingent workers are engaged for a finite period of time, and must leave at the end of that time. While term limits are pervasive, confusion persists about what value term limits […]

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