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Cloudy Skies Ahead: Will California's New Take On The Deadline To Pay Wages To Temporary Employees Spill Over Into Other States?

March 2008

Staffing Industry Review
The article discusses a California Supreme Court opinion from 2006 that could be interpreted as requiring temporary staffing agencies to pay final wages to temporary employees at the end of each assignment, regardless of whether the employee continues with the agency for a subsequent project. In 2007, Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill that would have clarified the opinion and allowed temporary employees to be paid on a weekly basis. The article also addresses the impact of the veto and the implications for temporary staffing agencies in California and nationally.
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