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4 Steps to Creating an Integrated Risk Assessment Model for Your Contingent Workforce

Posted on July 1st, 2020 Read time: 1 minutes

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For many companies, relying on a contingent workforce to get tasks done is a relatively new phenomenon, a result of the growing gig economy. While this increasingly popular workforce mindset is beneficial to both workers and companies, it includes its own set of managerial challenges.

A risk assessment can help solidify that approach by identifying potential barriers to success, forecasting how likely it is that those events occur, and developing strategies to either reduce how often those impediments happen or lessen the consequence to an acceptable level for the organization. For a company or project, a risk assessment model is an investment in the success of that undertaking.


Read the full article on ToolBox HR for the 4 ways to build a model that helps keep your team prepared.


The guest contributed article was written by: Tania Fiero, Chief Human Resources Officer at IES.

Tania Fiero is Chief Human Resources Officer at Innovative Employee Solutions (IES), a leading global Employer of Record in more than 150 countries that specializes in contingent workforce solutions such as outsourced payrolling, independent contractor compliance, and contractor management services. Founded in 1974, IES has grown into one of San Diego’s largest women-owned businesses and has been named one of the city’s “Best Places to Work” for 10 years in a row.

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