The role of contingent workforce manager has evolved from an afterthought to a key strategic partner. Read how it happened.
Katherine Alvarez|2021-07-28T07:56:46-07:00July 28th, 2021|Comments Off on Contingent workforce manager: From postscript to key strategic partner
Why shortening goals to a series of sprints, achieving and delivering on short-term objectives, in pursuit of a final destination is often the best strategy.
Peter Reagan, CCWP|2021-07-28T07:35:51-07:00July 28th, 2021|Comments Off on Program excellence: Focus on the visible road ahead
Judicial roundup: Screening time compensable; intent a factor in PAGA cases; $8.5 million IC settlement
Time spend undergoing mandatory security screens is compensable in Pennsylvania; California workers seeking statutory damages for incorrect pay must show willful intent; and Scooter rental company Lime settles an IC case in California.
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff|2021-07-28T07:42:22-07:00July 28th, 2021|Comments Off on Judicial roundup: Screening time compensable; intent a factor in PAGA cases; $8.5 million IC settlement
The Canadian government is proposing major changes to the rules for temporary foreign workers to address existing gaps in worker protections and strengthen program integrity.
Sharon Thomas|2021-07-28T07:27:15-07:00July 28th, 2021|Comments Off on Canada mulls major temp foreign worker policy changes
After navigating the Covid-19 pandemic and a fully remote workforce, employers and their legal advisors are charting a new course as they seek to return workers to the office. A staffing firm’s general counsel outlines considerations in Staffing Industry Review.
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff|2021-07-28T07:26:35-07:00July 28th, 2021|Comments Off on Covid compliance: Charting a new course
An emerging training model in the IT space is catching on. Called recruit-train-deploy, this method of developing a skilled workforce is helping bridge the talent gap.
Craig Johnson|2021-07-21T09:11:57-07:00July 21st, 2021|Comments Off on A new training prototype
The White House last week cleared the way for a repeal of the Trump administration’s standard for joint employment that many considered more business friendly.
Katherine Alvarez|2021-07-21T08:27:35-07:00July 21st, 2021|Comments Off on Repeal of Trump-era joint employer rule nears as White House concludes review
A clunky, drawn-out hiring process can frustrate workers and be costly to businesses. Representatives from background check provider Checkr and WillHire, a direct sourcing platform, discuss the benefits of their partnership and how it builds worker loyalty.
Sponsored by Checkr and WillHire|2021-07-22T21:28:06-07:00July 21st, 2021|Comments Off on Sponsored: Screening talent in
There’s much talk about wage inflation amid worker shortages. Whether the worry is warranted or not, SIA collated historical and projected wage averages in 34 countries and more to help program managers anticipate trends.
Adam Pode|2021-07-21T08:27:16-07:00July 21st, 2021|Comments Off on What’s the wage?
An independent installer’s misclassification case against the home improvement retailer must be handled through arbitration, a US District Court ruled last week.
Sharon Thomas|2021-07-21T09:17:10-07:00July 21st, 2021|Comments Off on Lowe’s wins bid to enforce arbitration in worker misclassification case