Sham Contracting: Would Your Organization Pass the Legal Test?


Date :February 27, 2017
Presented By:
SAP Fieldglass



 

 

Join us for this special webinar taking place February 28th at 11am ADET/ February 27th at 4pm PST!

Sham contracting is making repeated appearances in the headlines. Many ‘big name’ organizations have been caught in the crosshairs of increasingly aggressive government regulators and courts intent on imposing liability on individual decision makers as well as companies up the supply chain.  

But do you fully understand what constitutes sham contracting liability within the law? Or how you can best protect yourself and your organization?  

As the use of contingent labor grows, organizations engaging these workers – either directly or indirectly through suppliers – need to ensure their external workforce arrangements are compliant with Australian law and take proactive steps to minimize their compliance risk.  

During this webinar, Elizabeth Aitken, Senior Associate, Moray and Agnew Lawyers, and Toni Jackson, Director, SAP Fieldglass, will discuss the legal and operational aspects of sham contracting, outline how it can occur and explain how companies can minimise the exposure of their external workforce engagements. 

 

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