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Legislation introduced last month in California would add onerous reporting requirements for staffing firms, according to the June issue of the Legs & Regs Advisor produced by Staffing Industry Analysts in conjunction with employment law firm Littler Mendelson.
The bill would require that staffing firms include the name and address of the legal entities using the worker along with total hours worked for each entity on a written wage statement, according to the Legs & Regs Advisor.
“California staffing firms should monitor the status of AB 1744. In the event the bill is enacted, you will need to ensure that your wage statements are updated to include client information in order to be compliant with the law’s requirements,” according to the Legs & Regs Advisor.
Other information in the June issue of the Legs & Regs Advisor includes:
- Connecticut Legalizes Medicinal Marijuana
- Tennessee Enacts ‘Tennessee Professional Employer Organization Act’
- New York Dry Installer Misclassification Suit Goes To Trial
- Louisiana Passes Independent Contractor Law
Corporate members of Staffing Industry Analysts can access the full report by clicking here.