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Part of CXC Global’s mission is to educate and inform individuals and companies about contingent workforce developments around the world, engaging contractors compliantly, thereby minimizing risk and the future of work as we charter new waters and the worldwide workforce.
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“Japan possesses one of the largest contingent workforce populations per capita in the world, however their labor laws are very strict where allowing for a compliance shield to almost a requirement. That said, this article is very interesting as an increasing amount of start-ups access project-based talent, however move so quickly that compliance is rarely brought up in Talent Acquisition discussions. Until an alarm is sounded by a person or local government!” – Louis B. Calamaras, CCWP, Global Client Solutions Director, CXC Global North America.
“The utilization of “alternative currencies” and “alternative payment” modes have been the topic at CXC Global’s Semi-Annual Global Directors Conferences since 2014. As your company expands or enters into the utilization of global non-employee talent for projects or contingent work, take consideration of the laws and requirements of the country where your work will be performed. A compliance first approach will all keep risk mitigation in line with company goals and expectations.” John F Smith, Managing Director, CXC Global Americas.
John F Smith providing keynote speech at the 2017 Global Expansion, Technology and Talent Forum at the UCI Center for Applied Innovation. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVHDIwUMGdk]