What will shape the contingent workforce programs in 2013; Russia takes aim at foreign staffing providers in trade battle with the U.S.
A crowdsourcing company is targeted in a wage-and-hour lawsuit; Why you should look at a supplier's costs and not just the markup.
2012: the year of the customer; Rising FUTA rates may mean higher costs for contingent workers.
A contract attorney shares his view on careful contract preparation; Background screening raises misclassification risk on the international stage.
The “five Ps” to building an effective business case for risk management; How payrolling firms can help mitigate companies’ risk in using independent contractors.
Part 2 of sample clauses to build into your contracts. How to prepare for the talent war. Former IC sues FedEx Ground under racketeering statute.
Sample contract clauses to build into your contracts; Crowdsourcing, growing in popularity, is not on CW managers' radar.
Temporary workers in the Chicago area filed a wage-and-hour lawsuit against Walmart and two staffing firms this week; What healthcare reform means to staffing buyers.
Complaints in a lawsuit against Wells Fargo cites untrained contingent workers; Part 3 in our series on changing legislation in Asia: China.
Managing a program inhouse or outsource: the advantages of each model; California law takes aim at warehouse temporary staffing contracts.