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Here are the public comments on general topics received during the 2012 Strategic Planning process. The comments are grouped as answers to the four questions we based our discussions on.
- What are we doing well?
- What can we do better?
- If you could change one service that we provide or eliminate or amend any provision of TDLR’s statutes or rules, what would it be?
- What major changes will occur over the next five years that will impact the way you do business and the services we provide?
Read the comments (6 kb PDF) To see the comments for each individual license program, go to that program's section on the web site.
A Temporary Common Worker Employer provides manual labor workers to employers. The workers are typically laborers hired on a daily basis and are commonly referred to as "day laborers." As an example, the construction industry hires many common workers via Temporary Common Worker Employers.
For more information about the temporary common worker employer program, e-mail TDLR at email@example.com.