Navigating Risky Client Agreements Q&A

In this scenario, a staffing firm is close to winning a valuable new contract with a quickly growing manufacturing company—but now the prospective client has asked the firm to sign a “standard” agreement that would indemnify the client against various types of liability. Bad idea? Or no big deal?

Navigating Risky Client Agreements
  1. When a client requires reassignment drug testing of temporary employees, it is appropriate for the staffing firm to share with the client the names of the individuals who tested positive and those who tested negative so that they can make a well-informed decision.

    A. True
    B. False

  2. Which of the following forms does not provide acceptable proof of both identity and work authorization for Form I-9 purposes?

    A. Resident alien form (Form I-551)
    B. Unexpired employment authorization card (Form I-766)
    C. U.S. passport
    D. Certification of birth abroad issued by the Department of State
    E. All of the above

  3. In employee leasing, a service that offers human resource outsourcing, the leasing firm assumes the legal but not the administrative responsibilities of an employer for certain functions.

    A. True
    B. False

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