Risk and compliance issues and a tight labor market could interest more companies in tapping HR executives for board seats.
Articles by Michelle Rafter
As the once high-flier reorganizes, startups such as Namely and Justworks are grabbing venture money, customers and attention.
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HR should alert C-level executives when independent contractor practices run afoul of labor laws.
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Though laws on noncompete agreements vary by state, they are no longer confined to highly specialized industries.
The United States’ foreign worker program needs an overhaul — but good luck getting anyone to agree on what’s broken or how to fix it.