The Complete Guide to Navigating Freelancer Laws

Including California's Assembly Bill 5

With the boom of the on-demand economy and the rise of the contingent workforce, worker misclassification has emerged as one of the most prominent storylines over the last year.

The cost of non-compliance can be staggering and include fines, penalties, back taxes, and lawsuits.

Whether your organization employs contractors, freelancers, temps, per diems, project workers, consultants, or specialists, you need to classify workers properly to avoid costly consequences.

In our newest research paper, you'll learn:

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How automation can help businesses remain compliant

How to enable limits and restrictions that keep you within your company’s compliance guidelines

What California’s Assembly Bill 5 and similar laws actually means for businesses across industries

How to minimize compliance risk with smart independent contractor engagement

The Complete Guide to Navigating Freelancer Laws

Including California's Assembly Bill 5

Get Your Copy Today

ADP, LLC

About this SIA Whitepaper

More businesses have started turning to freelancers and independent contractors than ever before. Organizations have found that freelancers and ICs allow them to scale an on-demand workforce, access new talent pools, and pursue new market opportunities. Read about how new technology is utilized across industries and categories to manage on-demand workforce, as uncovered by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA).

This quick report answers the following questions:

What is a Freelancer Management System (FMS)?

How does an FMS fit into an on-demand workforce strategy?

How do businesses use FMS software to scale an on-demand workforce?

How does an FMS compare to a Vendor Management System?