Classifying independent contractors vs. employees and exempt vs. non-exempt employees can be tricky. This white paper outlines what small business owners should know and examines general standards under state and federal law for correct classification.
There are 56.7 million contingent workers, including temporary or part-time workers, freelancers, consultants, and independent contractors in the US, making up approximately 40% of the US workforce today. In fact, 76% of HR leaders plan to hire contingent workers to deliver on growth objectives, In PwC's Future of Work study, nearly 50% of survey participants said that employees will work for more than one employer at a time, making it critical to actively manage their commitment and productivity during employment periods. Learn how to streamline the entire experience of on-boarding and retaining contingent workers to drive the greatest results for everyone involved
A new NPR/Marist poll reveals that one in five jobs in the U.S. is held by a worker under contract. In fact, independent contractors could make up half of the entire workforce in the U.S. within the next decade.
More and more organizations have begun to see contractors and suppliers as valuable business partners intrinsic to driving service and product innovation. For many companies, especially those operating in highly regulated industries, managing compliance in-house for all of these suppliers can be burdensome.
But the cost of non-compliance — in the form of penalties, fines, productivity losses, settlement costs, and inefficiencies — is ruinous.
This white paper will discuss:
• The hidden costs of ignoring contractor management
• Best practices towards holistic compliance and governance
• The cost of different contractor management systems
• How to get the highest ROI in your supply chain
Published By: XpertHR
Published Date: Jun 13, 2018
Your supervisors are where the rubber meets the road for ensuring wage and hour law compliance. What they don’t know could hurt you—which could be a lot! Don’t risk the chance that an isolated misstep, or misinformation, could land you in court. This white paper covers training solutions for avoiding 5 Costly Wage and Hour Mistakes related to:
? Minimum wage
? Equal pay
? Working and nonworking time
Regulations vary from state to state, and across municipalities, are constantly changing and can be very complex. You play a critical role in ensuring that front-line managers and supervisors have the information, knowledge and support they need to ensure wage and hour compliance. But, chances are, you’re also challenged to stay on top of an ever-shifting wage and hour compliance landscape. We can help.
Get the up-to-date information you—and they—need, now, by downloading this free whitepaper from XpertHR.