Many companies think tenure length is strongly correlated with co-employment risk, and some greatly resist the idea that it is merely one of several factors that have significant weight in courts’ rulings, writes Senior Managing Editor Sharon Thomas in The Staffing Stream. Adhering so strongly to the misconception can be costly, especially if it gives the business a false sense of security. Read more in The Staffing Stream.
Term limits have little benefit when adopted to avoid co-employment
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff
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