There are two main ways that employers work with outside recruiters: on a contingency basis or through a retained search. Each option has its benefits, but which type of recruiting is most effective when sourcing senior-level diverse candidates?
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently sent a proposed rule to the White House that would clarify whether workers are independent contractors or employees. The department recently delayed a rule that was issued by the prior administration.
The U.S. Department of Labor has delayed a final rule clarifying who is an independent contractor versus an employee under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Retail pharmacies will play a vital role in administering COVID-19 vaccines this year, and CVS Health—the largest pharmacy chain in the U.S., with nearly 10,000 locations—has already done the hiring necessary to put shots in arms.
Uber drivers in the United Kingdom are entitled to worker benefits, such as minimum wage and holiday pay, according to the U.K.’s highest court.
The U.S. Department of Labor recently withdrew an opinion letter that said some gig-economy workers who find jobs through smartphone apps—such as drivers for ride-hailing services—are properly classified as independent contractors under federal wage and hour law.