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Danny Romero

About Danny Romero

Danny Romero is an associate editor with Staffing Industry Analysts. He can be reached at dromero (at) staffingindustry (dot) com.

Australia passes landmark ‘same job, same pay’ regulation

|February 14th, 2024|

Program managers must grasp complex legislation before contracting with contingent workers.
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Preparing your program for future turbulence

|December 6th, 2023|

From technology to geopolitics to regulations, SIA’s John Nurthen discusses trends that could disrupt the contingent workforce ecosystem.
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Israel-Hamas war could disrupt labor markets

|October 25th, 2023|

The war’s impacts have rippled across the region’s workforce ecosystem. How the labor markets are affected and workforce solutions firms are responding.
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Distribution company faces lawsuit over alleged discriminatory hiring practices

|October 4th, 2023|

The lawsuit alleges a Tennessee-based company and its staffing provider denied individuals employment on the basis of race, highlighting critical considerations for CW program managers.
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UK workers gain right to predictable working hours

|September 27th, 2023|

Workers may now request more predictable working patterns if their schedules lack certainty or if fixed-term contracts are for less than 12 months.
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Qantas violated Australian law in replacing ground crew with contractors

|September 20th, 2023|

Australia’s High Court ruled the airline outsourced the roles to avoid industrial action. Opposing attorneys seek AU$100 million in penalties plus additonal compensation.
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UK businesses now prohibited from using agency temps to replace striking workers

|August 2nd, 2023|

The reversal of the controversial 2022 legislation allowing the use of temporary workers to cover for striking employees is expected to have a ripple effect across the UK labor market.
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Looking within: Can these two approaches boost your talent pipeline?

|June 14th, 2023|

Apprenticeships and “returnerships” can help organizations keep their talent pipelines flowing. We take a look at government-supported programs in the UK.
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Australia targets exploitative employers

|June 7th, 2023|

The country announced historic measures to crack down on employers that take advantage of migrant workers, including fines and debarment from participating in temporary visa programs.
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Opportunities abound for contingent programs: CWS Summit Europe

|May 10th, 2023|

In her keynote address at this week’s CWS Summit in London, SIA’s Dawn McCartney discussed the opportunities that challenging times can present for contingent workforce programs.
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