Turn OSHA Decision for NJ Staffing Agencies into an Opportunity to Shine
A recent case involving the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and some New Jersey staffing agencies sends a signal that temporary staffing agencies are obligated to do more than just place people in a job.
In certain circumstances, agencies must also provide adequate medical evaluations, training and other services, according to OSHA, which recently cited two staffing agencies that had placed workers at a Fiabila USA Inc. nail polish manufacturing plant in Mine Hill, N.J.
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