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Employment Law Trends and the Flexible Workforce

There is a common misconception that contingent workers are exempt from following certain labor laws. Often, you must follow the same labor laws for your contingent workers as you do for your permanent labor force. While there are many developing trends in labor law, this article will focus on a few important ones.

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Agencies Involved with Worker Misclassification Claims

The risks associated with IC misclassification are widespread, and an increasing number of federal and state agencies are focused on the issue. In this article we’ll present an overview of the regulatory bodies at different governmental levels responsible for various aspects of IC misclassification.

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9 Critical Workforce Trends for Today’s HR Leaders – (part 1)

2 part series on critical workforce trends for today’s HR leaders, examining the macro workforce and workplace trends, and also some forward-thinking ideas and progressive strategies for HR practitioners to build and manage the flexible workforce their organizations need to succeed.

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The Impact of Exemption Misclassifications

We often discuss independent contractor misclassification and the significant risk it can present to employers. Today we’ll cover another significant form of misclassification that often occurs: exemption misclassification.

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