5 NYC firms agree to report buyers, end discriminatory practices
from Staffing Industry Analysts
Five New York City staffing firms agreed to report staffing buyers who make discriminatory requests for job applicants or seek personnel for below minimum-wage jobs, the New York Attorney General’s Office announced Thursday. The reporting agreement came as part of a deal between the staffing firms and the Attorney General’s Office to end discriminatory practices and sending of workers to below minimum-wage jobs.
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