November 28, 2012


A contract attorney shares his view on careful contract preparation; Background screening raises misclassification risk on the international stage.

An Attorney’s View: Get It Write

28 November 2012

Everybody loves a good lawyer joke, but nobody’s laughing when a poorly crafted contract causes problems.

Pay Attention to Your Temps

28 November 2012

As we rely more and more on contingent workers, they in turn become more visible. How you treat them could make or break your reputation.

Background Screening Adds to Misclassification Risk?

28 November 2012

Background screening, already a potential minefield for contingent workforce programs in the U.S., add even more risk — including that of misclassification — on the international stage.

Walmart: Black Friday Successful Despite Protests

28 November 2012

Walmart reported its post-Thanksgiving “Black Friday” events were a success despite labor action by some in-store workers and contingent workers employed at warehouses serving the retail giant. 

Tis the Season for Higher Margins

28 November 2012

Buyers of staffing services are not going to be finding bargains this season; a shortage of certain skills sets spells higher bill rates from staffing suppliers, writes Subadhra R. Sriram in The Contingent Blog

Blog: VMS Class Warfare

28 November 2012

Vendor management systems promote a culture of second-class of citizens, contends James Downs, owner of The Downs Group, in The Staffing Stream. Read what he has to say here.

Blog: Obama 2.0 and IC Misclassification

28 November 2012

What does the re-election of President Obama mean in terms of IC misclassification enforcement over the next four years? Find out at the Independent Contractor Compliance Blog.