Navigating Compliance with a Freelance Workforce

There’s no doubt that leveraging freelancers is a great way to add talent to your team. In fact, nearly half of millennials are choosing the independent-contractor route these days. With all of that talent wading in the freelance pool, it’s important to understand whether your variable resources are truly operating as independent contractors or a misclassified form of employee.

As laws surrounding independent contractors have become increasingly rigid, understanding the legal and compliance implications is crucial. That’s why Monica Lucero, SVP with TeamPeople, is facilitating our next webinar—helping us gain a better understanding of how to operate within the boundaries of the law. Attendees of this session will gain insight into:

- Key metrics driving the growth of independent contractors, including why this segment of the workforce is here to stay.

- The fundamental differences between contractors and employees.

- Why compliance is important to your procurement and legal teams, and how you can partner with them to enable a win/win when engaging variable resources.

- How new policies are redefining independent contractor misclassifications, enabling an easier path to engagement.

Freelance labor is here to stay—which is precisely why you should attend Navigating Compliance with a Freelance Workforce on Thursday, October 25 at 1:00 PM ET. Register today and invite your recruitment and HR colleagues to join you!

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