November 10, 2023
Implementation of the equal pay and advantages provision of Illinois’ Day and Non permanent Labor Providers Act was delayed beneath laws accredited Nov. 9 by the Illinois Legislature.
The unique Day and Non permanent Labor Providers Act mandated staffing companies to supply contingent workers, after 90 days of labor, with equal pay and advantages as staff employed straight by the consumer firm. Accredited Nov. 9, the brand new invoice, referred to as HB 3641, delays the beginning of the 90-day calculation interval till April 1, 2024.
The delay will present extra time for the state to draft rules that will likely be clear, Toby Malara, VP of presidency relations on the American Staffing Affiliation, mentioned in an interview with SIA.
“A part of the issue is these proposed guidelines had been very imprecise about what the advantages had been that needed to be included within the calculation,” Malara mentioned. “This provides the Division of Labor in Illinois extra time to put in writing their guidelines and provides extra steerage.”
It’s hoped the additional time will give the Illinois Division of Labor time to draft guidelines that work for everyone, he mentioned.
The delay within the implementation of the 90-day calculation interval was handed on the urging of the ASA, the Staffing Providers Affiliation of Illinois and the Illinois Search and Staffing Affiliation.