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The salary history ban saga

|May 4th, 2022|

Regulations and policies prohibiting inquiries into a candidate’s salary are on the rise. Why contingent workforce programs might not be immune to their impact.
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Going global? Find the market best for you

|May 4th, 2022|

An SIA report examines global contingent market complexity, providing insight for organizations and programs planning to expand their footprints.
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Matco to pay $15.8 million in IC misclassification settlement

|May 4th, 2022|

A US district judge granted final approval to a $15.8 million settlement in an independent contractor misclassification case involving distributors for Matco Tools Corp.
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USCIS increases timeframe for extending work permits amid backlog

|May 4th, 2022|

US Citizenship and Immigration Services has tripled the automatic extension to 540 days for employment authorization and documentation for certain visa renewal applicants.
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Australia: Contracts, not behavior, determine worker classification

|May 4th, 2022|

Australia’s High Court rules contract terms prevail over a “multifactorial” test to determine independent contractor versus employee status.
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Supplier buckets: Optimizing your lists made easy

|April 27th, 2022|

Keeping your contingent workforce program’s suppliers engaged and motivated should be your top priority. Grouping your providers by their strengths will lead to more business for them and increase their focus on you.
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International talent a gold mine despite challenges

|April 27th, 2022|

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.
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Nintendo and staffing supplier hit with labor complaint

|April 27th, 2022|

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.
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Buyer jointly liable for staffing firms’ Covid sick leave violations

|April 27th, 2022|

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.
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Building real relationships

|April 27th, 2022|

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.
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