The Conflict Analytics Lab at Queen’s University proudly announces its research product is featured in Deel’s Compliance Hub. This cutting-edge tool, stemming from the Deel Lab for Global Employment’s expansion on Conflict Analytics Lab’s research, features an AI-driven algorithm designed to accurately assess worker classification worldwide.

The award-winning research into localized employment cases and tribunal decisions classifies workers with over 90% accuracy to mitigate compliance risk for employers around the globe.

The launch is a key component of Deel’s strategy to enhance compliance standards. The Compliance Hub actively monitors various compliance risks, including overtime, minimum wage, and vacation entitlements, thus assisting hirers in maintaining lawful practices.

“Our research on worker classification has been instrumental in developing this innovative tool. It represents a significant step forward in helping businesses navigate the complex landscape of global employment laws and regulations.” Samuel Dahan, Director at the Conflict Analytics Lab

Deel’s Compliance Hub is more than just a tool; it’s a commitment to ensuring businesses can confidently hire and manage workers worldwide, without the fear of non-compliance. As the landscape of global employment continues to evolve, Deel and the Conflict Analytics Lab remain dedicated to providing solutions that are not only effective but also forward-thinking and backed by leading research.

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