Yes, you must comply with the Temporary Workers’ Bill of Rights in New Jersey

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In February 2023, the State of New Jersey enacted a law that a federal judge described as “novel and landmark legislation aimed at protecting a ‘particularly vulnerable’ workforce from abusive labor practices.” It’s called the Temporary Workers’ Bill of Rights.

The judge described the Act as “impos[ing] a variety of new requirements on both the companies who hire temporary workers and the staffing agencies who supply them,” such as “certain information disclosures, mandates regarding compensation and benefits, and prohibitions of retaliation and wage diversion.”

The new law is the first of its kind in the United States. Some portions

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