WORKSITE
SALES: 1.858.300.2757 MAIN: 1.858.715.5100

IES Blog

Payrolling

Payrolling Company Benefits
April 3, 2019 Read time: 3 minutes

When looking for help with human resources tasks for contingent workers, businesses don't always know what a payrolling company (also known as an employer of record) can do for them. It can be confused with payroll processing, but an employer of record can help in many more ways. And it's especially useful for expanding businesses…

Read the full story

How to Grow Your Business with a Payrolling Company
April 1, 2019 Read time: 3 minutes

There is plenty of room for creative freedom in business. Eager to throw a new product idea at the market? Go for it. Got a wild idea for that marketing campaign? Give it a shot. Thinking about a freestyle approach to how the company engages contract workers? Stop. When it comes to the regulated arena…

Read the full story

California Employment Classifications
February 22, 2019 Read time: 4 minutes

California Is Changing the Future of Employment Classifications. Here’s What You Need to Know When Hiring Contingent Workers. By: Sara Jensen, Vice President of Business Development Published by: HR.com Determining how employees should be classified in California requires thorough analysis of many factors. But with the California Supreme Court Dynamex decision made in April 2018, the thorough analysis has…

Read the full story

How Outsourcing HR Can Save Your Company Money
February 20, 2019 Read time: 2 minutes

By: Sara Jensen, Vice President of Business Development If you work in human resources, you know that the administrative side of the job can be a real bummer. But that's not the only hiccup. While certain tasks, like processing payments and handling benefits and billing, are necessary to keep employees and clients happy, if they create…

Read the full story

Payrolling Partner Can Help HR Boost Productivity
February 14, 2019 Read time: 4 minutes

By: Sara Jensen, Vice President of Business Development Technological advancements and business innovations have led to the rise of the contingent workforce. Companies have the opportunity to hire top talent precisely when it’s needed, and highly skilled people have the flexibility to take on work that suits them. While this is a win-win, it has created…

Read the full story

January 8, 2019 Read time: 3 minutes

By: Sara Jensen, Vice President of Business Development The U.S. staffing industry has been growing steadily over the past few years, with 2018 revenues expected to be around $148 billion and 2019 revenues set to surpass $150 billion. Now is the time for a young staffing firm to make a name for itself. But that means focusing…

Read the full story

July 26, 2018 Read time: 3 minutes

Press Release Published by: San Diego - Business Wire Until now, large Fortune 1000 companies seeking to hire skilled on-demand or freelance workers had no compliant way to access gig economy talent. Today, Innovative Employee Solutions (IES), a nationwide provider of outsourced payroll and human resources (HR) administration services, launched a solution to that problem: Fulcrum, a first-of-its-kind…

Read the full story

agile hr
July 10, 2018 Read time: 4 minutes

Agile is probably not the first word you would use to describe the traditional model for hiring and staffing your organization. Typically, human resources departments hire candidates for defined roles with rigid criteria for lateral moves or promotions. But ignoring the agile approach hinders organizations from responding quickly to their constantly evolving needs. Today’s companies…

Read the full story

staffing firm sales pitch
April 10, 2018 Read time: 3 minutes

By: Sara Jensen, Vice President of Business Development Published By: Hr. Com  Have you ever hired what seemed like the perfect candidate only to fire him or her six months later? It happens more frequently than most of us would like to admit. In fact, it's our own fault more often than we'd like to…

Read the full story

Gig Economy Strategies
January 16, 2018 Read time: 3 minutes

After years of dominance by startups like Uber and Airbnb, the gig economy is finally becoming a feature of America's corporations. According to Deloitte, up to 30 percent of many large companies' procurement spend now funds contingent work — that is, work performed by independent contractors, temporary workers, statement-of-work contractors, and similar non-employee workers. The business world's embrace…

Read the full story