If you manage a contingent workforce program, you likely spend part of every week putting out new fires and solving unexpected problems, all while  staying on top of daily tasks and bigger projects. And on top of it all, you also you're trying to track new legislative changes that could impact your program. Oy! It's a lot.

So to save you some time, our Compliance Team rounded up the top six changes on our radar this week:

1.  California Adopts “ABC Test” for  Independent Contractors

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This summary will catch you up to speed with California’s recent Dynamex ruling and what it means for your temporary workforce.

2. H-1B Visa Rules Tightening for  Outsourcing and Staffing Companies

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A refresher on what has been going on in the H1-B world, including a look ahead at potential changes on the way.



3. Paid Sick Leave in Duluth, Minnesota

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Duluth, MN is the latest jurisdiction to pass paid sick leave for eligible workers for their own medical needs and those of their family. This will go into effect on January 1st, 2020.


4. Discussing Your Salary At Work

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Can you discipline an employee for disclosing their salary in the workplace, or on social media? Should you



5. Major Changes to FLSA After

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A look into major changes, current compliance concerns and possible revisions. Plus an overview of what companies can do to avoid some FLSA infractions, and plan for the future.


6. Star Wars Workforce Classification: W2 or 1099?

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Fictional heroes aside, we can all learn a lot about worker classification just by asking the right questions and learning how to apply the logic the IRS uses in their audits.


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