5.04.084 Employees provided by a temporary employment service agency.
A. The following provisions shall apply to businesses engaged in the practice of providing temporary employees or workers (“temporary agencies”) to businesses located within the City and to businesses located within the City which utilize the services of such employees or workers:
1. Temporary agencies located within the City shall include all temporary employees and workers placed with businesses located within the City in calculating the number of employee hours worked in addition to employees described under RMC 5.04.030 (definition of “employee”);
2. Temporary agencies located outside the City which place temporary employees or workers with businesses located within the City shall include all such temporary employees and workers in calculating the number of hours worked by their employees;
3. Businesses located within the City which utilize temporary employees or workers provided by a temporary agency shall not include the temporary employees or workers in calculating the number of their employee hours;
4. Temporary agencies placing temporary employees and workers within the City shall calculate the number of hours worked by such employees and workers in the manner provided by RMC 5.04.080.A;
5. In addition to submitting an initial business license application or subsequent renewal application to the Business Licensing Service, all businesses located within the City which use temporary employees or workers furnished by a temporary agency must separately report directly to the City Finance Director the number of employee hours worked by such temporary staff using the formula set forth in RMC 5.04.080.A and further indicate the names and addresses of the temporary agencies furnishing said employees or workers. Failure to so report the number of hours worked by temporary employees or workers or the names and addresses of the agencies furnishing said employees or workers will result in the City imposing a penalty equal to 10 percent of the company’s total business license fee. In addition, failure to report may result in revocation, suspension, or denial of the business license. (Ord. 3033 § 10, 2021; Ord. 2546 § 2 (part), 2010: Ord. 2238 § 1 (part), 2004: Ord. 2088 § 2, 2000: Ord. 2003 § 4, 1998).