How much by New York law can employment agency charge the bank for providing an employee?

Looking for document: in 2006 New York City established new law setting max % of $ that private Temp Agency can keep from the billing rate to financial institutions for providing temp employees;

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2 Responses to “How much by New York law can employment agency charge the bank for providing an employee?”

  1. sdn90036 Says:

    They can charge whatever they can get away with. There are no laws that govern what an employment agency can charge. The US is very pro-business.

    Good luck.

  2. te144 Says:

    I don’t know the amount but any prospective client can simply request the emp. agency’s schedule of fees. Employees gained through agencies are generally non-contractual and payments are often skipped out of by the employer.The Agent must be very dilligent in his correspondence to assure any agreed on fee. The agency’s agents are usually free-wheeling with lax supervision, so to be successful, they must doggedly pursue earned fees. When I was in the business, the amount of the new employee’s initial monthly salary was generally the same amount additionally paid by the employer to the agency.