November 10, 2023

RCM Technologies Inc. Announces Third Quarter Results
Array Acquires Acorn Legal Solutions
Google Contractors Who Helped Train Bard AI Chatbot Vote to Unionize
Apple Agrees to $25 Million Settlement With U.S. Over Hiring of Immigrants
AI Credibility Judgment Tool Prompts Lawsuit Over Lie Detector Use
Amendments to California’s Retaliation Law Lighten the Burden for Employees
Revisions to New York Unemployment Notice to Take Effect
Ohio Passes Recreational Marijuana Law: What Employers Should Know
Hiring and Wage and Hour Law in Massachusetts
Bullhorn Survey: Temporary Workers More Likely to Be Loyal to Staffing Firms That Provide a Smooth Hiring Experience
PracticePanther Releases 2024 Small and Midsized Law Firm Report

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Illinois Delays Equal Pay and Benefits Mandate

On Nov. 9, the Illinois legislature passed HB 3641, delaying the equal pay and benefits mandate under the Day and Temporary Labor Services Act. The mandate requires staffing agencies to provide temporary employees with equal pay and benefits after an employee has worked 90 days. HB 3641 provides that calculation of the 90-day waiting period will not begin until April 1, 2024.

The amendment was passed at the urging of ASA; the Staffing Services Association of Illinois; and the Illinois Search and Staffing Association, an ASA-affiliated chapter. Industry representatives met with assistant majority leader Rep. Jay Hoffman (D-113), who was instrumental in achieving the delay.

The delay in implementing the equal pay and benefits mandate will give the Illinois Department of Labor time to draft regulations clarifying how the mandate will apply. State legislators had sharply criticized the department’s proposed rules, saying they were “too vague to provide meaningful guidance.”

ASA filed extensive comments on the proposed regulations and will continue to pursue legislative fixes when the legislature reconvenes in January.

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Will Artificial Intelligence Transform Jobs? Read Staffing Success Magazine

As technology and society continue to integrate artificial intelligence (AI), many American adults fear it will result in higher unemployment, according to the latest ASA Workforce Monitor® online survey. But there may also be advantages.

In the latest issue of Staffing Success magazine, ASA research coordinator Max Aldrich reviews survey findings about Americans’ attitudes and perceptions toward AI and automation.

Access the current issue and back issues of Staffing Success, and other ASA digital publications, at americanstaffing.net/digital.

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Welcome New ASA Members

The ASA board of directors and staff welcome the following new member, which joined during the week ending Nov. 5.

AgRecruit
Chesterfield, UK

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