Last week's shootings at the Washington Navy Yard brings into question background check procedures for government contractors; the staffing industry is alive and kicking.
Massachusetts’ efforts to crack down in IC misclassifications brought in more than $15 million in fines last year; What's behind our affair with online staffing.
An Ohio company, now defunct, ordered to pay $1.47 million in IC misclassification case; are we on the edge of a seismic shift in the way work arrangements are made?
When integrating systems, it's important to know your system of record; contingents had access to private medical marijuana information.
A contingent workforce manager shares lessons he learned after ending relationships with some suppliers; Online staffing is maturing.
How MSP and VMS pricing models are evolving.
Independent contractors should be part of your talent strategy, despite government scrutiny; Attorneys general push back on EEOC background check suits.
Dig deeper when suppliers claim global experience; First steps in strategic workforce management
Why purchase orders and contingent labor just don’t mix; How to identify process improvement needs
Why companies should conduct annual program evaluations; Do you know your risk exposure?