Managing Risks Associated With the Use of Temporary Staff and Independent Contractors Highlighted at New Conference
Buyers of Contingent Labor and Staffing Executives Join Forces to Discuss Best Practices for Managing Risk
With lawsuits against Microsoft, Federal Express and most recently RNC, corporations must understand the issues, legalities and regulations surrounding the use of contingent labor. As more and more corporations use contingent labor to fill voids in staffing from executive level to the shop floor potential litigation increases. The Co-employment and Risk Forum is the only venue where corporate buyers of contingent labor and executives at staffing companies can become educated about the risks and learn how to minimize them.
"We have an incredible line up of legal, regulatory and industry experts to discuss contingent labor risk," said
Attendees of the Staffing Industry Analysts Co-employment and Risk Forum include more than 50 of the nation's largest corporations including: Abbott Laboratories, American Express, Apple, Inc., BP America, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., Duke Energy, Fedex Corp., Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, Monsanto, Ogilvy Public Relations, Oracle and The Coca-Cola Company to name a few.
To register for the conference, visit www.coemploymentandrisk.com. For more information, contact Staffing Industry Analysts, Member Services, 800.950.9496, or email email@example.com.
About Staffing Industry Analysts
Staffing Industry Analysts is the premier research and analysis firm covering the contingent workforce. Known for its independent and objective insights, the company's proprietary research, data, support tools, publications, and executive conferences provide a competitive edge to decision-makers who supply and buy temporary staffing. In addition to temporary staffing, Staffing Industry Analysts also covers these related staffing service sectors: third-party placement, outplacement, and staffing leasing (PEOs). Founded in 1989, the company is headquartered in
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