Last summer I took part in the CCWP Certification course and the best insights about tenure and co-employment risk came from the facilitator, Eric Rumbaugh. He said if a contingent worker gets hurt on the job, it doesn’t matter if he has worked there for three days, three weeks, three months or three years, he is still considered a co-employee and you may be liable for any workers’ compensation claims. So, unfortunately though co-employment can be mitigated, it is not going to be eliminated.
MAXfocus Looks at MSP Trends for 2015
What are the trends that Managed Service Providers should keep an eye out for this year? Find out in this fast chat. (via MSP Mentor)
How Collaborative Innovation Changes the Workplace
This article explains how technology is improving collaboration, and fostering an environment for innovation. (via Illinois Tech Association)
This is the second post in our Tenure Policy series. You can read the first post here.
One reason we often hear for a tenure policy from customers is that they have always had one. It was implemented when the program was implemented, and it hasn’t changed.
Last week we hosted a webinar with Staffing Industry Analysts and international law firm McGuireWoods to discuss the changes to the proposed new EU Data Protection Regulations, changes to the US-EU Safe Harbor framework and how these may affect cross-border transfers of personal data outside the EEA.
Surveys Agree: More Employers Will Add Jobs
A study from CareerBuilder shows that 36% of employers plan to increase hiring in 2015, making recruiting more competitive. (via Ere.net)
Contingent Workforce is Also HR’s Responsibility
Human resources departments are becoming more involved in the management of contingent workforce programs. This article explains why this shift is important. (via SIA CWS 3.0)