A Rose By Any Other Name… Tips for Managing a Contingent Workforce and Joint Employment
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on staffing models in most industries. Companies are increasingly using subcontractors, staffing companies, professional employer organizations, and independent contractors to fill the gaps in their workforce. While contingent workers can provide temporary or long-term help, the legal relationship among the workers, the companies that supply or refer the workers, and the hiring entities has the potential to create a joint employment relationship, as well as other liability risks for everyone involved. In this month’s webinar, the speakers will address these issues and provide proactive strategies for companies to consider as they manage these complex relationships.