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Appeals court rejects Uber’s challenge to California’s IC classification law

|June 12th, 2024|

The court ruled there are “plausible reasons” for treating transportation and delivery referral firms differently from other types of referral companies.
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Vetting suppliers: The critical question

|June 5th, 2024|

The most important thing to ask potential partners when considering whether to add them to your program.
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Just released: 2024 diversity-owned staffing firms list

|June 5th, 2024|

Programs looking to bolster their diversity spend can use this list to identify potential providers.
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Business groups file lawsuit to block new overtime rule

|June 5th, 2024|

The suit alleges the rule violates the Administrative Procedure Act and the DOL exceeded its authority under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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Canada’s immigration plans seek TFWP balance

|May 22nd, 2024|

Canada is finalizing the program’s immigration levels to balance temporary residents and capacity pressures on communities.
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Biden administration releases AI guidance for employers

|May 22nd, 2024|

The principles provide employers and developers with guidelines meant to enhance job quality and protect workers’ rights.
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The case for online staffing platforms: A strategic imperative

|May 15th, 2024|

Integrating online staffing platforms into your program can yield cost savings, operational efficiency, improved talent quality and more.
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Noncompete rule faces mounting opposition while effective date is set

|May 15th, 2024|

The FTC’s new rule is slated to go into effect in September but still faces multiple lawsuits, including one filed by the US Chamber of Commerce.
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Pepperidge Farm drivers are not employees, appeals court says

|May 15th, 2024|

The 3rd US Circuit Court of Appeals emphasized the “right to control” factor when upholding a decision that drivers for the baker are not employees.
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Uber, Lyft face trial in Massachusetts misclassification lawsuit

|May 15th, 2024|

The attorney general alleges drivers are employees under state law, while the rideshare firms argue they operate apps, not transportation companies.
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