Thanks to the shifting dynamics of the sharing and gig economy workforce, we often see companies turning to temporary and contract workers to supplement their permanent staff during peak seasons and for short-term projects. The risks involved with hiring non-permanent employees, however, are often overlooked because of a common misconception: these employees won’t be around long enough to do any real damage. The danger in thinking this way could be the difference between a safe environment and the damage of your products, personnel, or client relationships. Read More