Staffing contract language meant to exclude contingent workers from an organization’s benefits plan could lead to greater risk. Learn what those dangers can be.
Employers that comply with temporary foreign worker protection rules will enjoy a simplified application process, extended eligibility and being flagged in a job portal as a trusted employer.
Hiring humans carries costs — from wages, onboarding expenses and insurance to training, benefits and more. Robots don’t come with such price tags, but will contingent workforce programs be interested?
A law providing for equal pay for industrial contingent workers was signed by Illinois’ governor, while a broader law already in place in New Jersey faces another appeal.
Situations where the person who interviews for a job isn’t the one who shows up are growing more common. An attorney discusses how to minimize the risk in Staffing Industry Review magazine.
What are the best pricing options to support your statement-of-work program? We explore ideas for project-based arrangements.