As further evidence that host employers and staffing firms need to provide better training and materials to temporary workers, Safety+Health magazine reports on findings from a Washington State Department of Labor & Industries study that temporary workers are more than twice as likely to file lost-workday workers’ compensation claims than traditional workers.
Temp workers file more lost-time claims than traditional employees
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff
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