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The TEMPORARY WORKERS RIGHT TO KNOW LAW is a labor law posters poster by the Massachusetts Department Of Labor and Workforce Development. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including all employers of temporary workers.

A poster, to be posted in a conspicuous location, informing temporary employees of their right to know notice. It details information that staffing agencies must provide to temporary workers under the Temporary Workers Right to Know Law. There is also a disclosure of what staffing agencies are prohibited in charging temporary workers and other restrictions.


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YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS 	 	
 	TEMPORARY WORKERS RIGHT TO KNOW LAW	
 	 	 	 	
STAFFING  AGENCIES MUST  PROVIDE YOU WITH BAS	IC INFORMATION  ABOUT YOUR JOB	 	
The  l a w requi res  s ta ffi ng a genci es  to gi ve you a  wri tten noti ce wi th ba s i c i nforma ti on a bout a ny j ob t	o whi ch they  a re s endi ng you.  Thi s  is  	
ca l l ed a  	job order	. You ha ve  a  ri ght to  tel l  the  s ta ffi ng a gency how you  wa nt them  to gi ve you the  j ob order, s uch a s  by e	-ma i l , ma i l , or i f 	
you wa nt  to pi ck i t up i n pers on. Sta ffi ng a genci es  	MUST	 gi ve you a t l ea s t th	i s  i nforma ti on:	 	
 the  na me,  a ddres s  a nd tel ephone  number  of the:  (i ) s ta ffi ng a gency; (i i ) the  workers  compens a ti on ca rri er; (i i i) the work  s i t	e 	
empl oyer;  a nd (i v) the  depa rtment  (DLS). 	 	
  a  j ob des cri pti on a nd whether  the  pos i ti on wi l l  requi re a ny s peci a l cl	othing, equi pment,  tra i ni ng, or l i cens es ; 	 	
 the  pa y da y, hourl y ra te of pa y, a nd whether  overti me  pa y ma y occur; 	 	
 the  s ta rt da te,  da i l y s ta rti ng ti me a nd a nti ci pa ted end ti me,  a nd i f known,  expected  dura ti on of empl oyment; 	 	
 whether  a ny tra ns porta ti on or mea	l s  s ha l l  be provi ded by the  s ta ffi ng a gency or work  s i te empl oyer; 	 	
 a ny cha rges  to  the  empl oyee  or worker; 	 	
 whether  the  work s i te l oca ti on i s  on s tri ke or l ockout; a nd 	 	
 a  mul ti l i ngua l  s ta tement tha t the  j ob order conta i ns  i mporta nt i nforma ti on concerni ng t	he work,  empl oyment,  enga gement,  work 	
a s s i gnment, or j ob. 	 	 	The  s ta ffi ng a gency ca n gi ve you j ob i nforma ti on over the  tel ephone,  but i t 	MUST	 s end you the  i nforma ti on i n wri ti ng 	BEFORE	 the  end  of 	the  fi rs t pa y peri od.  	 	 	I f your j ob a s s i gnment cha nges , the 	s ta ffi ng a gency 	MUST	 tel l  you a bout thes e  cha nges  a s  s oon a s  i t knows  a bout them.   	 	 	I f the  s ta ffi ng a gency does  not  provi de you wi th a  j ob order a nd you’d  l i ke to ma ke  a  compl a i nt a ga i ns t the s ta ffi ng a gency, 	pl ea s e ca l l 	the  Depa rtment  of La bor Sta nda rds  	a t (617) 626	-6970.  The  s ta ffi ng a gency ca nnot fi re you or gi ve you a  wors e j ob beca us e you 	compl a i ned. 	  	I f you  a re bei ng pl a ced i n a  profes s i ona l pos iti on or a s  a  s ecreta ry or a dmi ni s tra tive a s s ista nt, the s ta ffi ng a gency does  NO	T  ha ve to 	provi de you  wi t	h a  j ob order.	 	 	
STAFFING  AGENCIES AND WORK SITE EMPLOYERS CANNOT CHARGE YOU FEES FOR:	 	
 	regi s teri ng wi th the  s ta ffi ng a gency; 	 	
 	gi vi ng you a  j ob a s s i gnment; 	 	
 	drug tes ts , ba nk ca rds , debi t ca rds , vouchers , or money  orders ; 	 	
 	performi ng a  Ma s s a chus etts  cri mi nal	 offender record i nforma ti on (CORI ) check; 	 	
 	tra ns porta ti on s ervi ces , i f us e of the  s ervi ce i s  requi red; i f us e of the  tra ns porta ti on s ervi ce i s  vol unta ry, the fee  ma y no	t exceed 	
3% of da i l y wa ges  or a ctua l  cos ts , whi chever i s  l es s ; 	 	
 	a ny i tem  or s ervi ce, i n	cl udi ng tra ns porta tion, tha t woul d ca us e you to ea rn l es s  tha n the  Ma s s a chusetts  mi ni mum wa ge; 	 	
 	a  s ta ffi ng a gency or works i te empl oyer  ca nnot ma ke you  buy s omethi ng from them  unl es s  you wa nt  to purcha s e i t; 	 	
 	Di s ti nct from the  Tempora ry Worker Ri ght to  Know	 La w,  the  Ma s s a chus etts  Wa ge Act  genera l l y prohi bi ts  a ny a greement  i n 	
whi ch a n empl oyee  becomes   res pons i bl e for the  empl oyer’s  ordi na ry bus i nes s cos ts  a nd expens es . As  a  res ul t, no wa ge 
deducti on i s  permi tted  unl es s  i ts  purpos e i s  pri ma rily for the empl oye	e’s   benefi t  (s uch tha t  the  expens e  ha s  s ubs ta nti a l va lue to 	
the  empl oyee  a nd coul d be  freel y us ed by hi m i ndependent  of the  j ob performed).	 	 	
STAFFING AGENCIES MUST REFUND YOUR REASONABLE	 TRANSPORTATION	 COSTS IF THEY 	
SEND YOU TO A JOB THAT DOES NOT EXIST.	 	 	Thi s  does  not i ncl ude the  tra ns porta ti on cos ts  of bei ng s ent  to a  works i te for a  j ob i ntervi ew.	 	 	
 	STAFFING  AGENCIES CANNOT	:	
 	knowi ngl y gi ve you fa l s e, fra udul ent, or mi s l ea di ng i nforma ti on; 	 	
 	force you to  go to  a n a s s i gnment tha t you do not  wa nt to  go to; 	 	
 	keep  your property  a nd refus e to  return i t to you; 	 	
 	keep  i l l ega l  fees  tha t they  cha rged to you; 	 	
 	fi re you  or gi v	e you a  wors e j ob beca us e you exerci s ed your ri ghts  under thi s  l a w; 	 	
 	s end you to  a  j ob a s s i gnment to  perform work  tha t i s  i l lega l ; 	 	
 	s end a  mi nor to a  j ob a s s i gnment when  tha t mi nor s houl d be i n s chool ; 	 	
 	s end you to  a  j ob a s s i gnment where  a  s peci a l  l i	cens e i s  requi red i f you do not ha ve tha t  l i cens e.	 	 	For further informatio	n  about the Temporary  Workers Right  to Know Law or to make  a complaint,  call  the Department of  Labor 	
Standards  at (617) 626	-6970, or visit 	www.mass.gov/dols/epsap	. Thi s  l a w i s  a dmi ni stered by the  Depa rtment  of	 La bor Sta nda rds  (DLS) 	
a nd enforced  by the  Offi ce of the  Attorney  Genera l ’s  Fa i r La bor Di vi s i on. The l a w a ppl i es  to “s ta ffi ng a genci es ” (i .e.  tempor	a ry a genci es ) 	
a s  defi ned by the  l a w.	 	
WORK PLACE  NOTI CE:   Thi s  workpl a ce noti ce compl i es  wi th the  provi s i ons 	of Ma s s a chusetts  Genera l  La w  Cha pter 149, Secti on 159C, 	whi ch requi res  tha t  s ta ffi ng a genci es  pos t i t i n a  pl a ce where  j ob a ppl i ca nts  a nd workers  ma y ea s i l y vi ew i t.	 	
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