We surveyed 10,000 production company leaders to get their outlook on the live events industry. We asked a number of questions focusing on the impact the year had on businesses and what changes they’ll be implementing in the future.
COVID-19 has reset workforce assumptions in the event industry. Here are 5 strategic priorities to leverage to better compete and win more business.
LASSO recently surveyed leading event & entertainment professionals in order to capture their insights, ideas, & strategies for dealing with the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on the industry.
2019 Employee Misclassification Infographic: How to separate what’s TRUE from what could be a costly mistake.
The IRS and the U.S. Department of Labor are more vigilant than ever before about enforcing proper employee classification. That means, as an Event Service business employing a contingent workforce, it is absolutely critical for you to correctly categorize your crew members as either independent contractors (1099s) or part-time employees (W-2s) in order to adhere to regulatory guidelines and avoid penalties. Learn more about the employee classification conundrum and determine what assumptions are true vs. false when it comes to properly classifying your crew in this infographic.
Over the last few years, the gig economy has steadily been on the rise. Traditional 9-to-5 work is declining and being replaced by skilled contingent workers who prefer to work when and where they are most needed. Today, approximately one in every three workers is considered a contract or freelance employee. Check out this infographic for more information and statistics relating to the gig economy and what it means for staffing companies.
Mastering your labor management process is important, especially in the staffing and live event production industries. Luckily, robust staffing software exists to help enhance labor management strategies so you can better manage your contingent workforce. What should you look for in a staffing software solution? Find out in this infographic.
What does a typical day look like for labor coordinators when it comes to crewing and managing labor for an event? Find out in this infographic that takes a look at how a labor coordinator worked before finding LASSO for event crew management.
Determining the appropriate pay rates for crew members within live event production is essential for companies in the Event Service industry. In this infographic, you will find a snapshot of some of the results from our recent Crew Pay Rate Survey Report as well as more insight into the research.
Before Event Service companies employed advanced, intuitive event workforce management software, managing labor processes and crew was a tedious assignment riddled with missed communications and arduous manual tasks. Learn more about how technology is changing event crew management in this infographic.
Learn more about the growing gig economy and how Event Service companies can eliminate frustrating and tedious manual processes as well as boost the ability to make strategic decisions with a fully integrated business intelligence software.