The uncertainties generated by the pandemic made the hire of temporary workers to grow and became a new alternative around the world. Latin America and the Caribbean regions were not an exception.
Only in Brazil, the onboarding through this modality reached more than 2 million in 2020, an increase of 35%, and the trend continues to increase, aiming to cover the immediate punctual needs of these times, simplifying the hire, in a quickly and effectively way.
- Engagement of workers under companies not properly set, without the needed insurances, or compliance on other key requirements such as health and safety.
- Contractors who have been already terminated in the organisation still accessing client systems, leading to data security risks.
- Companies engaging recruitment partners that without their knowledge, were subcontracting contingent workers through non-compliant third-party suppliers (for example, Payroll).
To help organisations mitigate these risks, and navigate in the complex world of temporary employees, CXC has released a definitive guide for assessing your contingent workforce risk profile. Download your copy of the guide to see how your organisation can manage:
- Background screening
- Data security
- Health and safety
- Compliance with the Fair Work Act
- Payroll tax liability
- Onboarding and offboarding