We design and enable customised solutions that support the unique needs of contingent workers and organisations engaging them. Our offering is completely distinct because we combine unmatched industry knowledge, an outstanding compliance record and superior service, to simplify processes and ease the complexities associated with flexible work arrangements.
An integrated contingent workforce lifecycle solution for organisations, recruitment agencies and consultancy businesses
A suite of professional and lifestyle services for individuals engaged in contracting arrangements
A comprehensive suite of migration solutions for individuals and Australian companies
For organisations operating in global environments, juggling the compliant engagement of both contingent and permanent workers is complex. With each country having its own regulatory obligations associated with employing and engaging workers, managing the complexity of payroll, legislative compliance, insurances and work rights of contingent workers is not without its challenges. Technological advancements, reduced barriers […]
Social media is no longer just a fad for teenagers; it has cemented itself as a crucial channel to market yourself and/or your business. While a social media strategy is important to both businesses and those choosing to engage as white collar contractors (Independent Professionals/IPros), it can grow to be more hindrance than help if […]
Lack of employee engagement is the top issue for 87% of HR and business leaders, yet the majority of organisations are still failing to take action, according to new research from Deloitte. The survey, conducted among more than 3,300 HR and business leaders across 106 countries and found those who cited engagement as being “very important” […]
The IPro Index is a landmark research study conducted by Monash University and sponsored by Entity Solutions about the contingent workforce in Australia. The IPro Index has been designed to elicit the attitudes, motivations and challenges facing Australia's white collar contractors (referred to as Independent Professionals or IPros). The research highlights to organisations and the market in general how to best engage and manage this growing sector of the country’s workforce.Click here to download a copy of the report
When we talk about the contingent workforce we are referring to individuals whose work is characterised by non-permanent and contract-based arrangements. This demographic of the workforce is variously known as independent contractors, temporary workers, freelancers, self-employed or consultants. We refer to them as ‘Independent Professionals’ (IPros). It’s a term our company has taken a lead in adopting as a more accurate way of describing these individuals who carry out their profession with independence and flexibility.
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