Is An EOR the Same as a Staffing Agency?

It’s easy to confuse an employee of record (EOR) service with a staffing agency. These types of businesses are often lumped together. Too, some EORs also provide staffing solutions—and vise versa. But these really are two distinct types of business lines. Let’s look at the differences between a staffing firm and EOR. What’s a Staffing […]

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DOL Withdraws New Independent Contractor Rule

The rules for independent contractors changed in May when the U.S. Department of Labor issued a Final Rule governing their hire under the Fair Labor Standards Act. What did the new rule do, and how will it affect employers and their independent contractors?  New Rules for Independent Contractors  With a new administration in place, the […]

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Step Up Your Hospitals Defense with a Greater Focus on Healthcare Credentialing

Medical credentialing is critically important to providers, healthcare organizations, and patients. The credentialing process allows patients to trust that the hospital or medical practice clinician is up-to-date in their field. But far too often, this process is a tedious, paper-based process whose requirements are as varied as individual health plans. Here’s why credentialing is so […]

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Why Would My Organization Need an EOR?

These days companies are trying to do more with less cost and greater efficiency. One way to accomplish these goals is through outsourcing to an employee of record (EOR). Outsourcing allows a qualified external expert to handle essential organizational functions more efficiently than handling the job in-house. Outsourcing your HR-related activities to an EOR makes […]

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Make Remote Hiring Easier With an EOR

There have always been complexities in hiring. Ever-changing federal, state, and local regulations have kept HR teams on their toes for years. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a new layer of complexity centering on our remote workforce. With 42% of the labor force now remote, the state boundaries that once confined us are gone. Remote work […]

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