Talent Management

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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Marijuana potholes: Direction needed amidst conflicting laws

|November 30th, 2022|

Conflicting regulations between states and the federal government create potential legal issues around hiring and managing talent, writes an attorney in Staffing Industry Review magazine.
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Sponsored: How to prepare for what’s next in tech talent

|November 16th, 2022|

Finding, training and retaining tech talent continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing employers. Revature discusses ways to build a sustainable pipeline of diverse, high-performing talent.
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Beeline acquires extended workforce solutions company Utmost

|October 19th, 2022|

VMS provider Beeline is acquiring Utmost, which provides companies with insights into their workforces. The deal underscores how the traditional VMS and its business model are “ripe for disruption," SIA’s Global Daily News reported.
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The battle for light industrial talent: CWS Summit

|September 28th, 2022|

Demand for light industrial talent has reached unprecedented levels. Contingent workforce program managers provide insights into the struggle and strategies to compete.
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U-turn ahead: UK to repeal IR35 reforms

|September 28th, 2022|

The UK is fulfilling its new prime minister’s promise to scrap IR35 off-payroll working rules. While welcome news, experts urge caution from employers and push for clear government guidance.
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Truckers’ AB 5 fight lives on; judge allows another association to intervene

|September 28th, 2022|

The California Trucking Association’s lawsuit against the application of California’s AB 5 to the trucking industry continues, and a federal judge has ruled that another party can intervene in the case despite the state’s objections, FreightWaves reports. 
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Return to the workforce: It’s not a gap

|September 28th, 2022|

In an article in Staffing Industry Review magazine, a network engineer discusses her return to the workforce and challenges programs and staffing providers to look beyond the career gap.
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When H-1B is the gauge

|September 14th, 2022|

Indicators point to strong demand for IT talent despite reports of layoffs, writes Editorial Director Craig Johnson in a Staffing Stream blog post.
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Working with umbrella companies: Do your due diligence first

|August 31st, 2022|

Perceived to be a safe option for hirers in the wake of IR35 Off-Payroll Working Rules, umbrella companies have their own unique risks.
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