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Add labor contractor, labour brokerage, or labour hire arrangement[edit]

I think it would be worth adding to the 'classifications' section of this template, a classification that matches with labour hire arrangements.

Labour hire arrangements are a situation where an employee is not an independent contractor, but neither are they an employee of their place of work. Instead, they have an employment contract with a 3rd party (whether Hays, Adecco, etc). As they are not an independent contractor, employment laws still apply to them as if they are a regular full-time, part-time, or casual employee.

However labour hire arrangements are still meaningfully distinct from regular employment, as they create a legal shield between an employee and their place of work. For example, labour hire employees are often not covered by workplace-wide agreements, as they are ostensibly not employees of their worksite. (This is less the case in the united states, where there is a 4 stage legal test in place which often causes labor contractors to be covered by workplace agreements even if ostensibly employed by a 3rd party).

The term is referred to as 'labour hire' in Australia, 'labour brokerage' in south africa and Namibia, and sometimes as an 'employment agency' in the UK.

Thoughts? Jack4576 (talk) 08:27, 23 July 2020 (UTC)

I have made the addition Jack4576 (talk) 14:29, 24 July 2020 (UTC)

Notes[edit]

I have added | state = {{{state}}} in an effort to allow editors to specify whether the box should be shown or hidden in an article. See Template:navbox/doc. Bwrs (talk) 00:19, 13 September 2009 (UTC)

After having to hunt for it, I moved Worker's Comp from attendance to health. WC was invented for when you got hurt at work & so you didn't have to sue the employer. Not about attendance really. Twang (talk) 03:13, 14 September 2009 (UTC)

changing internship for internship here (cfr consequences)[edit]

internship, when you look for the article reference inside the template you must found it in boldface, so you easy identify it, but here: it wasn't so.

and you can see that intern is a redirection to internship
ie. internship article, in this template, at its item Roles: a link to a redirection (intern), so it was not visible in boldface instead the normal internal link. Because it's internship.

Conclusion: I think (in general way) is important not to hide the real link. And in this case it took consequences.
Summary: title of this section: I've changed internship for internship at the template. The aim: not to hide the real link, and avoid the consequence described above. Ciao!
--PLA y Grande Covián (talk) 08:32, 20 October 2011 (UTC)