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Why a Strong Contingent Workforce Can Help Weather a Recession 

Economic downturns happen. History tells us periods of highs and lows are part of life, and it’s up to us to ride the waves. But there are ways to p...

4 Steps to Building a Winning Contingent Workforce Program

Creating solutions that help you plan ahead to remain in compliance can come down to selecting the right AOR partner. Failure to plan can result in no...

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EOR vs. PEO

Discover the many differences between an employer of record (EOR) and a professional employer organization (PEO)....

Distributed Workforce Combats UK Labor Shortage

The UK is suffering from a significant labor shortage despite low unemployment rates. Changing recruitment strategies can help make up the deficit. ...

Managing Distributed Workforces: Remote Payroll Taxes

Handling the payroll taxes for a remote, distributed workforce can be complicated. Ensure you’re able to hire compliantly across borders. ...

What Is an EOR and What Does It Mean for Contingent Workers?

An employer of record (EOR) serves as the employer to contingent workers for tax purposes and performs all personnel functions under a legal commitmen...

EOR Perspective: Telltale Signs Contingent Labor Will Be the Next Thing

The last few months have turned the business world upside-down. There have been many business lessons learned during COVID-19. Now, as the markets inc...

What Is an EOR and Who Needs One?

This week, Staffing Industry Analysts’ word of the week is employer of record, or EOR for short. What is an EOR?...

4 Benefits of Using an Employer of Record (EOR) Provider

Serving as an employer of record (EOR) can make you legally vulnerable & take time/resources away from your contract-placement business...