special employer

Definition of "special employer"
  1. A person or entity who, under workers' compensation law, uses the services of an employee who is usually employed by someone else
How to use "special employer" in a sentence
  1. During peak seasons, many companies become a special employer by borrowing employees from other firms.
  2. The construction company, acting as the special employer, was held liable for the injury of the borrowed employee.
  3. If a special employer fails to provide appropriate working conditions, they may be subject to legal consequences.

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