Staffing Specific Laws

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  • Last week, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a new law aimed at ensuring temporary worker safety in the construction and manufacturing industries. The law requires host employers to review the safety training provided by staffing firms, document and inform staffing firms about the site-specific hazards temporary workers may face, and train temporary workers on any… More ›

    Topics: Employment Law, Safety, Staffing Specific Laws
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    Topics: Recommended Insurance Policies, Employment Law, Staffing Specific Laws
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    Topics: Compliance & Risk Management, Employment Law, Staffing Specific Laws
  • Launches Vaccine Literacy Web Microsite for Employers As part of efforts to lead the U.S. staffing and recruiting industry’s response to the pandemic, the American Staffing Association this week launched a Covid-19 vaccine literacy microsite. The site provides a variety of resources all employers—not just staffing agencies—can use to engage and educate their workforces about… More ›

    Topics: Safety, Staffing Laws & Regulations, Staffing Specific Laws
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    Topics: Compliance & Risk Management, Employment Law, Staffing Specific Laws
  • The 2021 ASA Staffing Law Conference, to be held virtually April 29–30, will address the most critical legal issues specific to the U.S. staffing and recruiting industry, including those resulting from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. New this year, the conference will feature Super Sessions—deeper dives into timely legal topics allowing more time for discussion. The… More ›

    Topics: OSHA, Staffing Laws & Regulations, Staffing Specific Laws
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    Topics: Recommended Insurance Policies, Employment Law, Staffing Laws & Regulations, Staffing Specific Laws
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    Topics: Employment Law, Staffing Specific Laws
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    Topics: Generational Issues, Safety, Staffing Laws & Regulations, Staffing Specific Laws
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