Temp agency failed to register, meet requirements of new state law, labor department says

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A temporary staffing agency sued by its workers for not paying overtime failed to register to do business in the state and meet requirements of a year-old state law regulating these companies, according to the state Labor Department.

The Division of Labor Standards issued a warning against Job Done for not providing workers with basic information in writing about their rate of pay and location of their assignments as required by the Temporary Workers Right to Know, according to public documents.

Job Done, based in Revere, also shuttled van loads of immigrant workers from Chelsea and East Boston to a company in Billerica, charging them $4 a day, more than allowed under the law. A lawyer for the company did not respond to requests for comment.

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