On December 7, 2012, a bill (A3531) was introduced that would require all temporary help service firms to disclose to each client firm the rate of pay of each employee assigned to the client firm, and to disclose to each employee the rate charged to the client firm for the assignment of the employee to the client firm. The bill also provides that, in addition to fines and penalties, repeated violations may result in suspension and/or revocation of the firm’s registration to operate as a temporary help service firm, as well as the loss of its exemption from N.J.S.A. 34:8-43 et seq., which regulates employment agencies.


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