Risk Mitigation

Emerging strategies for managing an extended workforce: CWS Summit

|September 14th, 2022|

Attendees of SIA’s annual CWS Summit North America will gather next week to engage in topical sessions, case studies and networking opportunities to help drive their contingent workforce programs forward.
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Working with umbrella companies: Do your due diligence first

|August 31st, 2022|

Perceived to be a safe option for hirers in the wake of IR35 Off-Payroll Working Rules, umbrella companies have their own unique risks.
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Reconfiguring your program to go internal

|August 17th, 2022|

While many enterprise organizations utilize an MSP, a number are reevaluating and configuring their own internal teams and services to take their contingent workforce programs to the next level.
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Who owns the work: Contingent or enterprise?

|August 17th, 2022|

From work made for hire to intellectual property and trade secrets, your program must ensure contingents are part of the risk mitigation efforts.
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Who is minding the store?

|July 27th, 2022|

As organizations’ use of nonemployees increases, their risk exposure around data and systems access as well as physical assets also grows. How program managers should address the risk.
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Judge approves Riot Games’ $100 million sexual discrimination settlement

|July 27th, 2022|

The League of Legends game maker’s $100 million sexual discrimination and harassment settlement, announced in December, was approved last week by a California judge, Axios reported.
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Shipbuilder, staffing firm to pay $350,000 in EEOC sexual harassment and retaliation suit

|July 20th, 2022|

Huntington Ingalls Inc. and its staffing provider have agreed to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency announced.
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Paying twice: Client can be sued after staffing firm settles with temp

|July 13th, 2022|

Workers can sue both their staffing provider and the client company for the same claim despite settling with the other, the California Supreme Court ruled.
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DE&I in the EU: Staying compliant with anti-discrimination employment laws

|June 22nd, 2022|

While the European Union prohibits discrimination on certain grounds, individual member states have their own laws to consider as you develop initiatives for your contingent workforce program. Here’s the landscape.
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Staffing buyer implicated in alleged no-poach scheme

|June 8th, 2022|

Illinois’ attorney general says Vee Pak colluded with its staffing providers to keep temporary workers from moving between staffing firms, “trapping them in low-paying jobs.”
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