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
Negotiations for the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) were formally concluded on 17 November 2014 with a Declaration of Intent signed by both countries in the presence Prime Minister Abbott and Chinese President Xi. Although the agreement won’t come into effect until 2015, this announcement marks the beginning of increased economic cooperation and access to markets […]
The talent pool from which organisations can source highly skilled specialists is no longer confided to those that live in the state, or even the country. Australians working in niche skilled areas are now in competition with specialists from across the globe, and this is particularly true for those working as white collar contractors (Independent […]
The unprecedented growth in contracting in recent years has brought to the fore the many benefits of flexible work arrangements for those variously known as Independent Professionals (IPros), freelancers, contingent workers and independent contractors. The emergence of strong support for the life of an IPro can also be seen overseas, with Wednesday 19th November 2014, […]
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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