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23-553 - Day labor service agency; third party employer; duties
23-553. Day labor service agency; third party employer; duties
A. A day labor service agency shall compensate day laborers for work performed by providing or making available commonly accepted negotiable instruments that are payable in cash, on demand, at a financial institution.
B. At the time of payment of wages, a day labor service agency shall provide each day laborer with an itemized statement showing in detail each deduction made from the wages.
C. In no event shall any deductions made by a day labor agency, other than those required by federal or state law, bring the day laborer's pay below federal minimum wage for the hours worked.
D. A day labor service agency shall not restrict the right of a day laborer to accept a permanent position with a third party employer to whom the day laborer has been referred to for work or restrict the right of a third party employer to offer employment to a day laborer.