A Secret Advantage to Business Recuperation

Is your organization ready to start recovering from your lost business and displaced workers during the pandemic? Many companies are considering using contingent workers and independent contractors (ICs) as their secret advantage to recuperation. 

Your organization may be trying to be creative in finding talent management solutions and looking for that ace up your sleeve. But shifting regulations and gray areas present thin ice for you to tread carefully on in these hiring decisions. Many organizations I speak with are skeptical about working with independent contractors due to the worker misclassification risk. Companies are very aware they run the risk of misclassification, which can result in significant taxes, penalties, and fines, and decide to stay away from using ICs completely.

I want to assure you that there are safe ways to engage these types of workers. Independent contractors can remain a viable operating option when properly vetted and classified. If your organization needs some help ensuring your ICs are classified appropriately, ClearPath Workforce Management has an IC evaluation process and risk mitigation services that bridge the gaps to enable compliant engagement of this highly skilled talent and to expand your talent supply chain. 

We are offering you more information on how to safely engage independent contractors. ClearPath Workforce Management is keeping pace with all these legislative changes, so you will not have to. We would like to provide the recent developments in the independent contractor compliance space to help keep you informed and up to date. Our overall goal will be to provide you with the latest news to assist in your contingent workforce management practices. 

Join us for “Front Line Updates on Independent Contractor Compliance”, a complimentary webinar on June 18th, 2020, 2:00 PM EDT, presented by Connie Wendt, Vice President Compliance & Relations at ClearPath.

This webinar will provide SHRM Recertification credit, 1 PDC credit. Recertification is required every three years. Professionals need to earn 60 professional development credits (PDCs) to recertify.

In our upcoming webinar we will address some of the latest happenings:

  • Define who is an Independent Contractor
  • What is happening with Independent Contractor Compliance?
  • Covid-19 CARES Act has made ICs eligible for unemployment insurance
  • Latest on AB-5
  • Latest state lawsuits and cases 

Please join us! Register Here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tPB0Zjl3RSKpRpLSaMFqPw 

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