New York Times (07/22/12) Jennifer Medina
Community leaders see the warehousing jobs available in California’s Inland Empire as an opportunity for low-skilled workers. However, some of the staffing firms the warehouses use to hire temporary employees have run afoul of labor laws. Often investigations have been stymied, says California labor commissioner Julie A. Su, because so many warehouses use staffing firms, which classify employees as temporary, even though they may work for years in the same building.
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