Contingent Workforce: U.S. and International Regulation Updates

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PRO Unlimited understands that staying on top of regulatory changes is crucial to mitigating risk and keeping operations running smoothly. Executives know they must ensure their organizations’ policies align with today’s labor laws, or else face hefty penalties for non-compliance. At the same time, sifting through articles to find relevant information on employment legislation and its impacts can feel like a full-time job.

So, to help out, we have already done the research! Our team of Legal, Business Validation, Immigration and Client Payroll experts have just released this quarter’s edition of the U.S. and International Regulatory Newsletter, which consolidates the need-to-know facts about recent employment legislation.

By taking a few minutes to review this guide, industry stakeholders will inform themselves about the following:

  • Retroactivity of California’s new “ABC” Test
  • State-Level Employment Legislation and Case Rulings
  • The U.S. Department of Labor’s Field Assistance Bulletin on Nurse or Caregiver Registries
  • Consumer Privacy Act
  • Updates to the Joint Employer Standard
  • Usage of Class Action Waiver in Employment Agreements
  • Federal Court Rulings on Immigration
  • EMEA and APAC Labor Market Analysis

This entry is just an overview of the topics our Newsletter covers in-depth. To learn more about immigration law, payroll, and contractor compliance, download the comprehensive assessment here.

 

If you or a member of your team would benefit from a further discussion on how PRO is helping companies implement winning contingent workforce management programs globally, please contact a PRO representative at 800.291.1099 or email at info@prounlimited.com.

Disclaimer: The content in this blog post is for informational purposes only and cannot be construed as specific legal advice or as a substitute for legal advice. The blog post reflects the opinion of PRO Unlimited and is not to be construed as legal solutions and positions. Contact an attorney for specific advice and guidance for specific issues or questions.

 

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