(hard market/soft market). Staffing business owners should too. For example, in recent years, staffing companies have enjoyed the benefits of relatively low-cost workerscompensation insurance. But if you
-user of contingent labor are jointly liable for FLSA violations.
For workers' compensation purposes, contingent workers are typically considered "employees" of the staffing supplier as well as the host
workerscompensation costs are also a challenge, says Penny.
Another challenge will be the increase in unemployment taxes. "The staffing industry in general can't accept -- there isn't enough room in our
to be quickly retrained or removed.
A customer's workerscompensation insurance usually does not cover contingent staff employed by a staffing firm. Staffing firms must make sure they have adequate coverage
. Such organizations are insurance companies, managed care facilities, Medicare, Medicaid, workerscompensation and others.
This may appear to be straightforward and simple to understand. It is easy to assume