Illinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act Amended

Illinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act Amended

Effective August 4, 2023, Illinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act provides that day and temporary labor service agencies must pay day and temporary laborers who work for a third-party client for 90 calendar days or more, at the least the same wages and benefits as an equivalent employee directly hired by the third-party employer at the same worksite.

On November 17, Governor Pritzker signed a law clarifying that the calculation of the 90 calendar days does not begin until April 1, 2024.

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Illinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act Amendedhttps://www.cbiz.com/Portals/0/Images/Illinois_policyamendment.jpg?ver=GMMv6caNC_xiltzAeUNAiQ%3d%3dEffective August 4, 2023, Illinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act provides that day and temporary labor service agencies must pay day and temporary laborers who work for a third-party client for 90 calendar days or more, at the least the same wages and benefits as an equivalent employee directly hired by the third-party employer at the same worksite. 2024-01-03T18:00:00-05:00Effective August 4, 2023, Illinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act provides that day and temporary labor service agencies must pay day and temporary laborers who work for a third-party client for 90 calendar days or more, at the least the same wages and benefits as an equivalent employee directly hired by the third-party employer at the same worksite.Regulatory, Compliance, & LegislativeEmployee Benefits ComplianceNo