- Sample Job Order
Information that must be provided in writing by staffing agencies to job applicants or workers in compliance with the Temporary Workers Right to Know Law.
- Notice of Rights
Required posting by staffing agencies advising temporary workers of their rights under the Temporary Workers Right to Know Law.
- Temporary Agencies and Worksite Employers Share Responsibility for Keeping Temporary Workers Safe
- Notices from DLS to Employment, Placement, and Staffing Agencies
View a list of agencies operating in Massachusetts that are licensed or registered in accordance with the law.
Interested in conducting business as an employment or placement agency in Massachusetts? Click on the link above to download an initial license or registration application which must be completed and submitted to the Department of Labor Standards in order for your business to obtain a license or registration as the law requires.
Time to renew your employment agency license or placement agency registration? Licenses and registrations are valid for one year. Click on the link to download an application which must be completed and submitted to the Department of Labor Standards for processing no later than thirty days prior to your current license or registration expiration date.
Temporary Workers Right to Know Law, M.G.L. c. 149, §159C (effective 1/31/13)