Recent Updates

The Good, the Bad and the Uncertain

25 February 2013

With employer penalties now less than a year away, staffing firms need to prepare themselves for the effects of the Affordable Care Act.


A Perfect Balance

25 February 2013

Sales and marketing perform vital but different tasks for staffing firms, often intertwining. However, both departments are only effective when they work in harmony.


Benefit of Counsel

24 February 2013

Stormy Waters: A primer of commercial liability coverage fundamentals.


Straight Talk From the Customer

24 February 2013

Ready for Review: Being prepared for supplier performance evaluations can help improve ties, business.


Beyond the Daily

24 February 2013

We include developments from the Staffing Industry Daily News and The Staffing Stream to help you focus on emerging movements that could shape your business for the better.


Global Prohibitions on Fixed Term Contracts

21 February 2013

  • Data from the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation.
  • Useful list of where fixed-term contracts are prohibited for permanent tasks.
  • Information for 195 countries and formatted it by region.

Expanding MSP Scope to Include IC Compliance

20 February 2013

Cam Moeser, a VP with Superior Group, a workforce solutions and outsourcing provider, talks about how companies are looking to their MSP to manage independent contractor classification risks.


Firm to Pay $1.3 Million in IC Misclassification

20 February 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.


Who Will Own Candidate Data?

20 February 2013

The amount of data available about candidates is continually growing, and the collection, processing and retention of it is an important issue for contingent workforce managers and suppliers.


Failure To Rehire After Injury Could Raise Costs

20 February 2013

A recent court decision out of Tennessee illustrates that workers’ compensation costs may increase when an employee is not returned to work, write attorneys Chuck Palmer and Douglas Selky in The Staffing Stream.