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Why your contingents are burned out

|December 7th, 2022|

Research shows people engaged in contingent positions are more susceptible to poor mental health than those in long-term, stable employment. A look at this growing concern.
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Potential fallout from UK salary skimming allegations

|December 7th, 2022|

Two umbrella companies in the UK are accused of deducting improper sums from contractors’ pay. What the allegations could mean for contingent workforce programs and staffing firms.
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Sponsored: How Beeline’s platform is closing the gap on total talent

|December 7th, 2022|

Too many companies don't know how many people it takes to run their business, writes Beeline CEO Doug Leeby as he discusses what Beeline is doing to provide total talent intelligence.
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Canada to permit temporary foreign workers’ families to work

|December 7th, 2022|

Starting in January 2023, Canada will expand the eligibility to work in Canada to spouses of temporary foreign workers and their working-age children.
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Mixed regulatory outlook for global contingent landscape

|December 7th, 2022|

From assignment length limits to statutory sick leave for contingent workers, staffing industry leaders cite countries of regulatory concern as well as those with positive outlooks.
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Benchmarks: Top barriers to DE&I

|December 7th, 2022|

Contingent workforce programs have faced significant barriers when putting together a solid business case for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. Top barriers pertain to data availability and collection standards.
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CW Program Game Changer in the spotlight

|December 7th, 2022|

Each week we will highlight a 2022 CW Program Game Changer — a professional who has elevated their program to the next level. This week features Jill Roberts, IBM’s global strategist for services procurement over process, data and analytics.
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Simplify to four essential primary worker engagement types

|November 30th, 2022|

When it comes to worker classification, many organizations have too many buckets into which their workforce potentially fits. A look at the four primary worker engagement models that organizations need.
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Growth in new orders slows as talent shortage softens

|November 30th, 2022|

SIA research suggests a loosening labor market, with staffing firms reporting recruiting difficulty decreasing and average sales difficulty increased. Read this and more insight into the suppliers’ environment and how it affects your program.
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New York codifies absence protections with ‘no-fault’ ban

|November 30th, 2022|

New York codifies absence protections with a ban on “no-fault“ attendance policies. This law is a “good reminder” to review your policies, an attorney advises.
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