As states and localities begin to lift stay-at-home orders that forced office closures, programs and their staffing providers face logistical and legal challenges — with rules varying significantly from at the state, county and even city levels. From making returning to the office voluntary to preparing a response plan, attorney Todd Wulffson explains what you and your staffing providers need to consider in a Staffing Industry Review Online Showcase article.
Back to the office: Keeping contingents and staff reassured and safe
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff
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