keys to an effective independent contractor compliance program

April 15, 2014

Companies realize that bridging the traditional divide between free agent and employee talent requires a holistic approach and a commitment to aligning people, process, and technology. This commitment can yield both early wins and long-term competitive advantages. Companies that depend on top talent to drive business value understand that the blended workforce approach is much more than a nice-to-have strategy.

With free agent/independent contractor (IC) engagements on the rise and the legal environment surrounding these engagements ever changing, compliance is at greater risk than ever. It has never been more critical to gain visibility, streamline engagement practices, and ensure the integrity of professional, free agent workforce and management practices.

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