Recent Updates

I Say Contingent, You Say What?

5 December 2012

In the contingent workforce world, it's common for players to have different terms and definitions, which complicates an already complex issue. Further muddying the lexicon are new terms growing in use in Canada,

Federal Unemployment Taxes Rising in 18 States

5 December 2012

Employers in 18 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands will have to pay more in federal unemployment taxes when they file IRS Form 940 for 2012. Some staffing firms have already warned customers of pending increases.

Beat the Holiday Rush with Temps

5 December 2012

Retailers struggling to fill seasonal roles this holiday season would do well to turn to staffing firms for help, writes Editorial Director Subadhra R. Sriram in The Contingent Blog.  

Managing the Risks of Contingent Labor on the Global Stage

5 December 2012

Eric S. Williams, senior director, global product lead for KellyOCG’s Services Procurement Solutions, shares the most common consequences of being ill-equipped to manage contingent labor on the global stage in The Staffing Stream.

Mobilizing the Disabled

5 December 2012

A niche staffing firm helps connect disabled workers with jobs — and federal contractors meet minimum staffing levels proposed by the Department of Labor.

Adapting to an Aging Workforce

5 December 2012

As the workforce gets older, companies must adapt their best practices and policies, as well as their attitudes, write David Bloom and David Canning in the Harvard Business Review’s HBR Blog Network.

Monthly UK Hiring Trends Oct/Nov 2012

4 December 2012

  • The latest trends in professional recruitment for the UK: sectors, regions, salaries.
  • Online jobs trends.
  • Annual review of 2012.

News Report November 2012

3 December 2012

  • Gain an insight into what happened in the staffing industry last month
  • Keep up to date with the latest company news, market trends and employment data
  • Browse news by country or region 

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.

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.