- Publish false, fraudulent, or misleading information.
- Direct an applicant to an employer without first having obtained a bona fide work order/job offer.
- Send an applicant to a job that is operating in violation of minimum wage, child labor, or compulsory education laws.
- Send an applicant to a place of employment maintained for immoral or illicit purposes.
- Compel any person to enter into an agency by force.
- Require job applicants to subscribe to any publication or incidental service or contribute to the cost of advertising.
- Refuse to return on demand any personal property belonging to a job applicant.
- Send any applicant to a place of employment that is on strike, without first notifying the applicant.
- Solicit, persuade, or attempt to induce an employee to leave an assignment if for the purpose of securing a new fee from such employee.
- Divide, share, or offer to divide or share service fees with employer clients.
- Solicit, persuade, induce, or attempt to induce any employer to create a vacancy by discharge.
Transportation Expenses Charged to Temporary Workers
There are legal restrictions placed on the amount of money that licensed and registered agencies can charge part-time or temporary workers for transportation costs.
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