Legal Risks When Using Temporary Staffing Agencies: Joint Employment, Worker Classification, Taxes, Benefits
Note: CPE credit is not offered on this program
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide employers and their counsel on the legal risks of using contingent or leased employees to fill temporary staffing needs. The program will specifically discuss the pros and cons of using contingent workers or professional employer organizations (PEO) and best practices for contracting such services to minimize potential liability.
- Overview of contingent labor and its benefits
- Legal risks of using contingent labor
- Temporary staffing companies in the gig economy
- Recent court cases
- Best practices for drafting contracts for the use of temporary workers
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What is contingent labor and how does it benefit employers?
- What are the legal risks associated with using contingent labor?
- How are the courts handling joint employment issues?
- What are the best practices for employers in contracting with third-party staffing agencies or PEOs?
- How to address joint employment concerns internationally
Ira L. Blank
The Enterprise Law Group
In over 30 years, Mr. Blank has served as labor and employment law counsel/litigation counsel to businesses and has... | Read More
In over 30 years, Mr. Blank has served as labor and employment law counsel/litigation counsel to businesses and has held executive level management positions. He worked inside of businesses for 15+ years and acquired substantial decision-making experience and developed and executed business strategy.Close
Andrew (Andy) Boling
Baker & McKenzie
Mr. Boling represents employers and management in various cross-border employment and labor matters. He has represented... | Read More
Mr. Boling represents employers and management in various cross-border employment and labor matters. He has represented companies in litigation involving state and federal employment discrimination laws, wrongful discharge, individual employment contracts, employee disloyalty, compensation and commission disputes, and work-related tort claims. Mr. Boling has also written and lectured extensively on employment law issues.Close