March 5, 2013
- Department of Labor issues guidance on criminal records in hiring
- OSHA issues interim final rule on Affordable Care Act whistleblower protection Provisions
- Federal court orders company to pay misclassified teleworkers $1.3 million in back pay
- Oregon introduces bill prohibiting discrimination... More
February 20, 2013
A Pennsylvania company was ordered to pay $1.3 million in back wages to 14,568 current and former employees the U.S. Department of Labor determined were misclassified as independent contractors.
January 30, 2013
Four senators, led by Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), have drafted a bill that would greatly increase the number of H-1B temporary visas granted each year, and would free up green cards so more of those immigrants could settle in the United States and eventually become citizens, The New York Times ... More
January 29, 2013
- IRS issues proposed regs on employer shared responsibility provisions of ACA
- Medicinal marijuana dispensaries lawfully operating in Arizona
- Independent contractor cannot pursue Fair Labor Standards Act overtime claims
- Department of Labor seeks input on proposed worker classification survey ... More
January 27, 2013
- Several companies state their reason for holding MSP accountable for total cycle time
- Answers provided for various struggles with regulation in India
- Outline of various factors that affect cost of ongoing VMS support
- Many other topics discussed
January 24, 2013
- Watch the full webinar on demand
- Covering major Asian markets as well as emerging markets
- Duration: approximately 1h
January 16, 2013
A new report by the Center for Progressive Reform claims contract labor is bringing new threats to worker safety and calls for the federal government to crack down on firms that use a lot of temps. The group is a Washington-based nonprofit formed in 2002.
January 9, 2013
New proposed healthcare reform regulations include language of concern to users of contingent labor.
January 9, 2013
A printing company that used two different staffing firms and timeclocks for its workers pays more than $100,000 in overtime back wages and penalties.