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California courts rebuff attempts to push arbitration when PAGA involved

|May 12th, 2021|

A California law allowing individuals to sue on behalf of the state is thwarting companies’ efforts to force misclassification claims into arbitration, Bloomberg Tax reported.
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DE&I within the ecosystem: Reasons to hope

|May 12th, 2021|

While data continues to be disappointing about diversity in the ecosystem, a glimpse into SIA's inaugural DE&I Influencers list gives rise to hope that a diverse, equitable and inclusive future is on the horizon — where everyone feels they belong. Read about it in the Staffing Stream.
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Benchmarks: Temp workers have little interest in talent platforms

|May 12th, 2021|

The use of freelance platforms by staffing firms’ temps dropped in 2020, with the majority of survey respondents not knowing about or not using business-related platforms.
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IR35: Next steps in your journey

|May 5th, 2021|

With IR35 now in effect for the private sector in the UK, businesses are responsible for determining the tax status of their contractors and ensuring compliance. A blog post in the Staffing Stream discusses the next steps for CW program.
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Misclassification roundup: Firm owes back wages; Alabama harmonizes tests

|April 28th, 2021|

A Tennessee-based provider of at-home healthcare services is paying $358,675 in back wages to misclassified workers; A new Alabama law requires the use of the IRS 20-factor test and establishes safe harbor for employers.
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IC misclassification penalties built into state’s paid leave law

|April 21st, 2021|

New Mexico’s Healthy Workplaces Act, which requires all employees be provided paid leave for sick time, safe time, or other reasons, also provides penalties for independent contractor misclassification.
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CWS Summit: Best in class regardless, in-person or virtual

|April 21st, 2021|

As attendees log off a successful CWS Summit Europe virtual event, SIA VP, Global Strategic Solutions Kersten Buck ponders the conditions under which in-person events will be attended — and how they might look — in a Staffing Stream blog post.
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Sponsored: How to take advantage of the direct sourcing revolution

|April 14th, 2021|

Direct sourcing continues to gain steam as contingent workforce programs realize the value it provides. Raise Recruiting explains the critical success factors and offers a free playbook for implementation.
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Seeking the peg that fits

|April 7th, 2021|

Travel mugs are great, but contingent workforce managers can’t give them to hiring managers in lieu of quality hires. A program owner tells staffing professionals how to give programs what they need in Staffing Industry Review magazine. 
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2021 Best Staffing Firms to Work and Temp For

|March 24th, 2021|

Working with staffing firms whose employees are motivated and engaged benefits the contingent workforce program itself — staffing firms that can foster those feelings during a global pandemic that thrust them into remote work even more so.  Staffing Industry Analysts profiles the 2021 Best Staffing Firms to Work For and the Best Staffing Firm to Temp For. 
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