Program policies and management

Why ensuring a sense of belonging helps retention

|June 29th, 2022|

Because belonging is directly linked to your retention rate, it is vital to learn what it is and how to develop it, writes SIA’s publisher in Staffing Industry Review magazine. Start by having those uncomfortable conversations with your colleagues and friends.
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Disintermediation is driving innovation in CW solutions

|June 22nd, 2022|

As advances lead to ways to bypass staffing firms and even the contingent workforce program entirely, program managers will need to apply and leverage traditional and alternative talent sourcing channels.
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DE&I in the EU: Staying compliant with anti-discrimination employment laws

|June 22nd, 2022|

While the European Union prohibits discrimination on certain grounds, individual member states have their own laws to consider as you develop initiatives for your contingent workforce program. Here’s the landscape.
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Sponsored: Championing Black talent through varied pathways

|June 22nd, 2022|

Committed to increasing Black representation in the contingent workforce, Primary Talent Partners has taken an intentional approach, developing partnerships and internships that build the ranks of diverse talent.
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Food manufacturer fined $368,513 after contractor’s fatal fall

|June 22nd, 2022|

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration identified 36 hazards and proposed $368,513 in penalties after investigating a contract worker’s fatal fall at a food manufacturing facility.
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IC roundup: Georgia ‘employee’ definition; Florida shield

|June 22nd, 2022|

Georgia redefines “employee” for unemployment benefits but restricts local governments’ authority; Florida shields businesses from misclassification claims when providing assistance to independent contractors during declared emergencies.
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Benchmarks: Increased interest in direct sourcing

|June 22nd, 2022|

SIA’s most recent Workforce Solutions Buyers Survey provides insights on contingent workforce programs' direct sourcing spend and future plans.
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Create a diversity alliance to exceed your goals

|June 15th, 2022|

Building a successful diversity program doesn’t need to be overly complicated or costly. Here are a few simple and easy guidelines that will place you on a path for success.
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Talent platforms step up amid Ukraine war

|June 15th, 2022|

Talent platforms shifted gears as Russia invaded Ukraine, balancing both caring for talent and supporting client organizations. We take a look at what two platforms are doing.
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IC classification, remote workers and state law: Which laws apply?

|June 15th, 2022|

An appeals court ruling in a worker misclassification case offers guidance for determining what law applies to out-of-state workers, attorneys for Littler Mendelson wrote.
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