Advice

Why Working With a Temp Agency to Find Day Laborers Is Easier for You

Nationwide Temporaries

Day laborers perform work for a company or individual for one day at a time and are generally given an hourly or daily rate. Day laborers may be undocumented immigrants who cannot get a full-time job, unemployed people looking to make money or students trying to locate temporary work. Although the issue of sourcing and… Read more »

What Can’t You Deduct From Day Labor Pay?

Nationwide Temporaries

Some companies find it necessary to provide day laborers with transportation, meals, uniforms and other such things. These companies might then look to deduct the expenses associated with these expenses from day laborers’ pay. This arrangement raises certain legal issues. Under federal regulations, a company can make particular kinds of deductions from a day laborers’… Read more »

Who Pays Medical Expenses When Your Day Laborer Gets Hurt on the Job?

Medical Expenses

If an employee is hurt at work, the company is often accountable for all of that individual’s medical care, lost wages, business rehabilitation, and in the worst-case situation, survivor benefits. Unfortunately, many organizations who use day laborers do not cover them with workers’ compensation coverage. If you are hired through an agency, the agency is… Read more »

Why Are Construction Workers So Happy?

Construction Workers

The construction and facility service industries have the happiest workers, on average, in the United States, according to a survey by the HR software company TINYpulse. Based on responses from more than 30,000 workers at more than 500 companies across 12 different industries, the TINYpulse survey found consumer products, technology and software industries also tend… Read more »