Last month, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a temp worker bill into law that could increase staffing firms’ costs, and as a result, those of CW programs. The bill, HB0690, requires staffing firms to provide assigned temp workers information about equipment, protective clothing and training before the start of an assignment, NPR’s WSIU affiliate reports. Also, any transportation provided by staffing firms to and from the assignment must be free of charge.
New Illinois temp worker law could add costs
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