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House Bill 1318

ARCHIVE (2000)

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DIGEST OF HB1318 (Updated February 7, 2000 5:44 PM - DI 84)

Temporary employees in the construction trades. Requires a temporary employment agency employing temporary help employees in the construction trades to provide to the employees, upon request, a copy of the contractual agreement between the temporary employment agency and the client company, and to include a written notification with each wage payment of the hourly rate paid for the temporary help employee to the temporary employment agency by the client company and an itemized list of benefits provided by the temporary employment agency. Prohibits a temporary employment agency under certain circumstances from charging a liquidity fee against a temporary help employee in the construction trades or against the client company if the temporary employee is hired by the client company. Requires a temporary employment agency to offer pay and benefits to its employees that are equal to those provided the permanent employees of the client company where the temporary help employees work, under certain circumstances. Requires a client company to hire a temporary help employee in the construction trades, upon application, who has worked for the client company for at least three months, and prohibits the client company from classifying the employee as an independent contractor in the construction trades. Provides that a temporary help employee may bring a civil action against a temporary help agency or a client company for violations of these provisions. Provides that the department of labor may assess a fine of not more than $5,000 for a violation of this chapter.
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 In Committee - 2nd House
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