[Credits Offered] Bloomberg BNA Webinar Ensuring Compliance with the Global Gig Economy

[Credits Offered] Bloomberg BNA Webinar Ensuring Compliance with the Global Gig Economy

Bloomberg BNA has teamed up with our sister company, Global PEO Services for a free 60-minute webinar, on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, at 11 AM PST/ 2 PM EST. Our panelists will discuss the top compliance and business challenges that companies face in establishing local workforces as they expand globally.  Our panelists will discuss the risks and benefits of working with the global gig economy, as well as provide strategies for managing these new types of employment relationships.
The traditional employment relationship has changed recently across the world.  As your business looks to expand or continues to expand globally, you must be ready to face challenges that arise in different jurisdictions where you find you need to utilize contingent workers and independent contractors.  Where do businesses face the biggest risks and pitfalls surrounding the gig economy when expanding globally?  What are the top compliance issues that arise?  How can your company prepare for these?

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 11 AM PST/ 2 PM EST

Educational Objectives
• Understand the international employment landscape, particularly the global gig economy
• Learn the top compliance challenges that arise when expanding internationally and engaging the global gig economy
• Gain strategies for ensuring efficiency and compliance when utilizing different types of employment relationships across national borders

Credits Offered:

  • 1 CLE Credit
  • 1 HRCI Credit
  • 1 SHRM Credit
  • 1 RCH Credit

Panelist

Adam Sheffield, President, Global PEO Services

Adam Sheffield brings 15+ years of experience partnering with organizations on how they can stay focused on their key initiatives. He is a strategically driven business leader who is focused on creating opportunities for organizations in new, emerging, and complex markets. Throughout his career, Adam has excelled in helping clients navigate global workforce complexity by providing HCM insights and analytics. Adam has held a variety of sales leadership roles for ADP, the country’s largest outsourced payroll processor, including his role as Vice President of Sales, Global Enterprise Solutions, for ADP.

Nina Markey, Labor & Employment Attorney, Shareholder, Co-Chair, Staffing, Independent Contractors & Contingent Workers Practice Group, Littler Mendelson

Nina represents and counsels employers in all aspects of employment law in the single plaintiff and class action contexts. Nina also practices traditional labor, representing employers in collective bargaining, unfair labor practice charges, and arbitrations. She regularly conducts EEO, harassment, and other compliance training sessions for employees and executives. Nina is Co-Chair of Littler’s Staffing, Independent Contractors and Contingent Workers Practice Group; a core member of the Retail Practice Group; and serves on the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Council.

 

Hazzen Muñoz, Director, Global Talent, Contingent Workforce Solutions

Hazzen Muñoz is Director, Global Talent at Contingent Workforce Solutions.  In this role, he is responsible for creating a Global Contingent Workforce Program at Ecolab.   Working in partnership with human resources and procurement, he is contributing to diversifying Ecolab’s talent sourcing channels and making Ecolab the premier destination for the world’s most capable talent; regardless of their preferred engagement relationship.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 11 AM PST/ 2 PM EST