We believe that the temp employee must be part of your payroll to satisfy the CARES Act requirements and not paid via the temp agency. The rules are not clear here, but clearly define payroll costs as costs for your employee not a person that is hired via a temp agency and receives their payroll via the temp agency.
Is it correct that temporary employees hired through a temporary staffing agency count towards FTE?
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