Recent Illinois Law Places New Obligations on Staffing Agencies and Employers Who Utilize Temporary Labor


In June, the Illinois Legislature amended the Day and Temporary Labor Services Act, those amendments have now gone in effect following Governor Pritzker’s signature on August 4, 2023. The Act places new responsibilities on both temporary staffing agencies and their clients who hire temporary laborers (defined as “third party clients”). The Act excludes “clerical or professional” workers from the definition of temporary laborers.

The most notable changes include the right for temporary laborers who have worked at a client for more than 90 days to earn equal pay and benefits as their direct-hire counterparts, and several new written notice and safety requirements. Read More

Information contact attorneys Blake Roter by email at or phone at 312-840-7116 or Brittany Martin by email at or phone at 312-840-7094.

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