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(820 ILCS 175/12)
(a) Whenever a day and temporary labor service agency sends one or more persons to work as day or temporary laborers, the day and temporary labor service agency shall keep the following records relating to that transaction:
(1) the name, address and telephone number of each
third party client, including each worksite, to which day or temporary laborers were sent by the agency and the date of the transaction;
(2) for each day or temporary laborer: the name and
address, the specific location sent to work, the type of work performed, the number of hours worked, the hourly rate of pay and the date sent. The term "hours worked" has the meaning ascribed to that term in 56 Ill. Adm. Code 210.110 and in accordance with all applicable rules or court interpretations under 56 Ill. Adm. Code 210.110. The third party client shall be required to remit all information required under this subsection to the day and temporary labor service agency no later than 7 days following the last day of the work week worked by the day or temporary laborer. Failure of a third party client to remit such information to a day and temporary labor service agency shall not be a defense to the recordkeeping requirement of this Section;
(3) the name and title of the individual or
individuals at each third party client's place of business responsible for the transaction;
(4) any specific qualifications or attributes of a
day or temporary laborer, requested by each third party client;
(5) copies of all contracts, if any, with the third
party client and copies of all invoices for the third party client;
(6) copies of all employment notices provided in
accordance with subsection (a) of Section 10;
(7) deductions to be made from each day or temporary
laborer's compensation made by either the third party client or by the day and temporary labor service agency for the day or temporary laborer's transportation, food, equipment, withheld income tax, withheld social security payments and every other deduction;
(8) verification of the actual cost of any equipment
or meal charged to a day or temporary laborer;
(9) the race and gender of each day or temporary
laborer sent by the day and temporary labor service agency, as provided by the day or temporary laborer; and
(10) any additional information required by rules
issued by the Department.
(b) The day and temporary labor service agency shall maintain all records under this Section for a period of 3 years from their creation. The records shall be open to inspection by the Department during normal business hours. Records described in paragraphs (1), (2), (3), (6), (7), and (8) of subsection (a) shall be available for review or copying by that day or temporary laborer during normal business hours within 5 days following a written request. In addition, a day and temporary labor service agency shall make records related to the number of hours billed to a third party client for that individual day or temporary laborer's hours of work available for review or copying during normal business hours within 5 days following a written request. The day and temporary labor service agency shall make forms, in duplicate, for such requests available to day or temporary laborers at the dispatch office. The day or temporary laborer shall be given a copy of the request form. It is a violation of this Section to make any false, inaccurate or incomplete entry into any record required by this Section, or to delete required information from any such record. Failure by the third party client to remit time records to the day and temporary labor service agency as provided in paragraph (a)(2) shall constitute a notice violation by a third party client under Section 95 of this Act unless the third party client has been precluded from submitting such time records for reasons beyond its control. A failure by the third party client to provide time records in accordance with this subsection (b) shall not be a notice violation and shall not be the basis for a suit or other action under Section 95 of this Act against the day and temporary labor service agency.
(Source: P.A. 94-511, eff. 1-1-06; 95-499, eff. 8-28-07.)