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Temporary workers who work for temporary or staffing agencies are protected by the same laws as other workers. There are also specific, additional protections set out in the Temporary Workers Right to Know Law. Staffing agencies are required to post a notice about this law. For more information, contact the Department of Labor Standards (DLS) at (617) 626-6970.
Temporary and staffing agencies must give their workers certain important information in writing before each new assignment. This written information, called a “job order,” must include, among other things:
Sample job order forms are available on the DLS website.
Staffing agencies cannot charge workers for:
The law also protects temporary workers from coercion, fraud, retaliation, and some other forms of unfair treatment.
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