Key insight: Control Risk

Through automated, integrated workflows

Risk and compliance responsibilities span the contingent workforce program—from Procurement and HR to IT, Legal and the C-suite. But stakeholders struggle if they lack full visibility and tight controls throughout the contingent worker lifecycle, from sourcing and onboarding to offboarding.

The result? Inconsistent background checks, government compliance issues, facility and system access vulnerabilities and more, often with costly consequences. Automated, integrated workflows can help you get a handle on this risk.

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Download this eBook to learn about:
  • What's at stake when you lack a comprehensive, integrated approach to addressing contingent workforce risk
  • The potential financial impact of worker misclassification
  • Controls and processes that can help mitigate contingent workforce risk
A class action lawsuit against Microsoft resulted in thousands of temporary and freelance workers being reclassified as employees—the settlement cost the company $97 million.