Worker Safety

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  • Nurse staffing firms play a critical role in the nation’s health care system by quickly and efficiently supplying hundreds of thousands of health care workers in a wide range of skill categories on an as-needed basis. Registered and Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants are among the professionals whom nurse staffing firms employ and assign. More ›

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    1.0 Passive CE Jun 12, 2014
    Topics: Safety
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    1.0 Legal CE May 29, 2014
    Topics: OSHA
  • The Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor have cracked down on worker misclassification, the penalties for which can be severe. Staffing firms are a good option for companies because most workers assigned through a staffing arrangement can only be classified as employees. Staffing firms generally recruit and screen the workers, and verify their work status under immigration laws. Clients typically will be joint employers because, among other things, they supervise and direct the employees’ day-to-day work. Given the employee status of most staffing firm workers, the potential liability clients face with respect to independent contractors is largely avoided. More ›

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    In this ASAPro webinar, U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration representatives will address the respective responsibilities of staffing firms and their clients to ensure the workplace safety of temporary workers. Staffing firms and their clients are encouraged to attend this program. Suggested language is available that you may use to invite your clients. Attachment HandoutsJuly18.pdf… More ›

    1.0 Passive CE Jul 18, 2013
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    1.25 Legal CE May 16, 2013
    Topics: Safety
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