Sample Staffing Agreement Amendment for Remote Work Arrangements
In light of the novel coronavirus, staffing clients are allowing or directing temporary workers to work from home or at locations away from the clients’ places of business. To help staffing firms memorialize the parties’ respective responsibilities in such arrangements, ASA has published a sample Amendment to Staffing Agreement—Remote Work Arrangements. Drafted with the assistance of Jason B. Klimpl, Esq., and Andrew P. Yacyshyn, Esq., of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP, the amendment is intended for use where a written contract with the client already exists. Staffing firms should review the sample amendment with their legal counsel and modify it accordingly.
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Covid-19 Resources from Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Review and download these essential resources published for staffing agencies.
Seyfarth Publishes Safety Checklist
Companies may have concerns about employees returning to client work sites as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This comprehensive document specifically addresses client and candidate procedures and communications. Note that this Q&A does not address paid leave.
Business Continuity Plan Template
Continuing to provide essential services is vital to a company’s ability to remain viable during times of increased threats from all hazards, manmade or natural.
Return to Work Protocol
Staffing firms may use this document in those instances where employees have been required to remain off of work, on a voluntary quarantine or a shelter-in-place order.
The ASA legal team has developed a sample letter staffing companies can use when communicating about COVID-19 with clients and temporary employees. Click below to download.