Non-compliance of how an organisation manages contingent labour poses serious commercial and reputational risk …  

Today’s workforce is constantly changing, and the rise of contingent workers calls for a new approach to managing risk. 


So last week, we co-hosted an event with Deloitte, where industry experts discussed the various risks and mitigation strategies of having contingent labour in an organisation. 


Our capacity audience got firsthand advice, insights and strategies from the following four corners of the industry:



Now, we’re pleased to share some of the highlights from this event…. 


Following the overwhelmingly popular Emerging Workforce Summit which we hosted earlier this year, we brought the risk and compliance panel together, to answer the industry’s burning questions around risk mitigation, legislative change, and insights into managing contingent labour.  

The key takeaway from our speakers was this: take advice from the experts, have a strategy in place, and you’ll minimise the risk and optimise the rewards from the contingent labour in your business. 

It’s important to remember that the legislation around contingent labour doesn’t deal purely with the exploitation of lower-paid workers. Organisations need to understand and implement changes to comply with Australian workplace laws for every contractor in their organisation, from blue to white collar. 
With so much contradictory information out there on how to protect your brand from compliance failings, this panel of risk specialists was able to cut-through the misinformation and provide delegates with their expert insights. 

Access our valuable insights today…