Articles Staffing




  • Strategies for Collection: New and Old
  • Getting Customers to Pay Faster
  • Getting Customers to Pay Faster: More Practical Tips
  • Embezzlement: More Precaution
  • Preventing Timecard Falsification
  • When Temporary Staffing Payroll Taxes Become Operating Capital
  • Staffing Managed Service Providers (MSP’s) – Be Careful!
  • Taking Back Temporary Staffing Market Share from Managed Service Providers and Vendor Managers
  • MSP/VMS Vendor Manager Effects on Payroll Funding
  • Working with VMS / MSP – Credit Danger
  • Flexible Funding’s Relationship With CSP Staffing Professionals Association
  • Flexible Funding’s Business Support for Disabled Veteran Entrepreneurs
  • A Diversity Frontier in Staffing Procurement
  • Fascinating Staffing Niches: Flexible Funding’s Payroll Funding Success Stories
  • Inspiration & Motivation for Startup Staffing Company Entrepreneurs
  • Accounts Receivable Funding Customer Notification and Invoice Verifications Part 1 of 2
  • Accounts Receivable Funding Notification and Invoice Verifications Explained Part 2 of 2
  • A. Bernard Frechtman, Staffing Industry Employment Law

    The following articles, and many others that Bernard has written, are based on his 50 plus years as an active litigator and transactional lawyer, predominately practicing nationwide in the staffing industry.  While residing in Indianapolis, Indiana, Bernie maintains an active office in New York City where he commutes whenever court appearances require it.  His representation has included public companies, nationally franchised staffing companies, both state and national staffing industry trade associations, and litigation from the basic fee controversy to the more sophisticated and complicated trade secret, restrictive covenant and contract litigation.  He has also served as an expert witness.  Among his many accomplishments is being named by NAPS as its first Hall of Fame Honoree.  A graduate of Brown University and St. John’s University Law School, where he was a member of the Law Review, Bernie is admitted to practice in the States of New York and Indiana, various Federal, District and Circuit Courts, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court.
    Bernard Frechtman, Esq. is the author of the book Staffing Industry Law, A Guide for the Personnel Professional and the book Tempnapping: Saga & Solution.  He may be reached at (917) 826 4846 or via e-mail at or on his web page:  Flexible Funding works with Mr. Frechtman as described in the payroll funding article Funding Companies’ Special Interest in Staffing Agency Employment Law
  • Bernard Frechtman: Protecting that Temporary Employee from being Transitioned (“Tempnapped”)
  • Bernard Frechtman: Georgia Enacts “Mini” Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • Bernard Frechtman: Gender Pay Discrimination Claims Could Rise in California
  • Bernard Frechtman: Don’t Toss Your Unselected Candidates’ Applications Just yet
  • Bernard Frechtman: Connecticut Online Privacy Law Protects Prospective and Current Employees
  • Bernard Frechtman: Alabama Rewrites Its Noncompete Statute
  • Bernard Frechtman: New York City Severely Limits Employers’ Rights to Background Checks