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The Greenback and International Currency for Contractor Payments

Payments for International Contractors “Still the preferred currency around the globe as a trade for business services, the US dollar allows for international contractors to accept a currency that is common in their home country.  The downside to those who pay multinationals for services is that country where the worker resides would miss out on…

Shale Drillers and Companies: Looking Across Borders for Talent

Global Energy Innovation “Global energy innovation is no stranger to looking across borders for talent.  In the case this case of US domestic shale drilling, corporations will ultimately look to our global neighbors to the North and South.  Mutual joint-agreements between companies across geographical borders should only serve one mutual purpose that benefits both sides. …

Understanding The Freelance Economy and Specialized Workforce

Fiverr recently published  the results of a study titled “Understanding The Impact Of The Freelance Economy“. The report focuses on one particular area of the self-employed economy: specialized workers performing knowledge-based independent work. The report goes on to say that specialized independent workers perform services in technical, creative, and administrative fields. Approximately half of this workforce provides…

Should Employees be Required to ‘Vouch’ for Contractors ?

Sourcing and Securing the Best Contractor Talent “As companies shift their total talent engagement philosophy and strategies to compete for the best talent available, contractors of all types “employed, independent, self-employed and SOW are playing critical roles. If a contractor management firm was assisting a company like Tesla to navigate the contractor marketplace perhaps these…

International Talent and the Global Energy Sector

Maintaining Compliance Across Borders “The global energy sector relies on international talent for implementation and data sharing to aid growth, especially helping clean tech.  The more global barriers that are placed, will reduce the amount of sector talent, hindering growth.  Keeping compliance in mind, our borders must be open to joint-ventures that combine talent strengths…

Compliance is Still Key When Accessing Global Talent Across International Borders

Cross Border Compliance for U.S and Global Businesses “Great insight into #GDPR and how US companies can protect themselves.  Diving deeper into compliance of all types, cross-border commerce does not mean exemption from local laws, whether the business is virtual or just accessing talent in-country.  Practicing a compliance first strategy will ensure growth is not…

International Human Capital Combined with Innovation Spurring Success

Crossing International Borders   “The latest survey of the Greek labor market by Manpower Group reported the strongest hiring intentions for over nine years. More than one in four Greek employers say they plan to hire more workers in the second quarter of this year, while just 5% say they expect to cut staff, the…

Serious about the Global Contingent Workforce

Certified and ready to provide even better advice on the global contingent workforce. CXC Global North America are proud to announce that Lou Calamaras, Director Global Client Solutions, CXC Global North America has recently obtained his CCWP Certification.  We’d like to extend our congratulations to him for his hard work and dedication in the contingent…

International Supply Chain Restrictions and The Impact on Global Project-based Workers

How Trade Barriers can affect International Supply Chains “Global growth is at an all time high however the IMF warns that increased trade barriers such as tariffs could disrupt international supply chains.  While the focus on global trade is on commodities, it’s beneficial to realize that barriers also effect global contractors or project-based workers who…

Big U.S. Companies Reveal How Much They Rely on Overseas Workers

New pay-disclosure mandate gives companies an incentive to detail how many employees are in the U.S. and how many are overseas. “Financial compliance measures instituted toward human capital populations of publicly traded corporations are now a reality.   Financial institutions and their investors are increasing ‘savvyness’ into a corporations workforce, especially contractors or “non-employees”, as this segment…

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