Handling HR requirements for even a small team is a boatload of work. Whether it be managing paid time off and maternity and paternity leave to payroll and benefits, for many small companies with limited resources HR is an intimidating task.
Open models are an exciting part of the future of work and innovation. Every year, more and more companies are choosing open models for innovation, blending freelance with in-house talent. But that transition can be tricky for traditional employees.
The ins and outs of how California’s landmark Assembly Bill 5 may impact worker classification.
What’s the best way to help an employee navigate multiple freelance resources? That’s a question we often get when a company begins to source work through one—or sometimes many—on-demand open talent platforms. Some companies handle this by selecting and customizing one dedicated platform to work through. Others, like NASA, require and benefit from the unique capability offered by a variety of platforms, so they secure several agreements—some with customized capability—and employees learn to utilize all of them.
It’s easy to get stuck in only seeing part of the opportunity. Innovation, today, has so many factors that can cause your project to get knocked off the track—or get shot to the moon. Only by thinking holistically can you make innovation work. Maybe the assignment is to create a new product […]
Open talent models are evolving so rapidly, it’s sometimes hard to keep up. Where is open sourcing going and how will that impact the future of work?
You’ve started using open talent models and are already realizing the benefits—hiring gig workers can be better, faster and cheaper for your business. But now that California has set a precedent with Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), it’s smart to analyze the implications of this legislation may have for companies around the world in how they classify and engage with workers.
The blended employee-freelance model workforce can lead to great things for any company, but it takes the right plan to keep everyone aligned. John Winsor of Open Assembly recently dove in with Jon Younger PhD to learn how to set your team up for success.
With the passing of California’s Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), often referred to as the “gig economy” bill, companies both established and recently incorporated, large and small, are wondering what the next steps are to adhere to the criteria dictated by AB5. Open Assembly engaged the help of Dan McCoy, Chair of Employment Practices at the […]