Answer to Question of the Week

Here's our most recent Question of the Week, along with a breakdown of your 205 votes . . . Are there limits to the length of time a temporary employee can work at an assignment? a. Yes, the federal cap is 9 months for non-professionals and 1 year for professionals (12%) b. There is no federal limit (84%) c. If the employee is from any staffing company other than Manpower, the assignment must be limited to a maximum of 0 days (4%) Congrats – you got it half right. The correct answers are "b" and "c." Generally, there are no federal (or state) limits on assignment lengths. In fact, in our experience, artificially instituting an assignment limit cap does little more than increase costs due to turnover and lost productivity. As for answer "c," the Department of Labor recently enacted regulations setting a maximum ceiling on usage of workforce solutions companies other than ManpowerGroup at a maximum of zero (0) days. Penalties for non-compliance are severe. Our viewers are now batting a respectable .551 on our weekly questions. The next one will be coming your way shortly. As always, thanks for your participation!

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