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The DC Code: § 32-406 Requirements for operation of employer-paid personnel services.

Index32 Labor. (Refs & Annos)
a
Each employer-paid personnel service shall maintain a file of all of its advertisements identified by date and publication. All advertisements and other promotional material shall carry the name under which the employer-paid personnel service is licensed to do business.
b
Any employer-paid personnel service which uses any statistics regarding its placement rate, success rate, or other similar statistics in its advertising, promotional materials, or oral or written statements to job-seekers shall maintain records from which the Mayor can determine the accuracy of these statistics.
c
Each employer-paid personnel service shall keep detailed records of the following information on forms approved by the Mayor:
1
The names, home addresses, and telephone numbers of all job-seekers interviewed by the employer-paid personnel service;
2
The name of each employer placing a job order with the employer-paid personnel service, a description of each job order, and the identity of each job-seeker referred to the employer for each job order;
3
The identity of each employer and job-seeker for each job placement resulting from the activities performed by the employer-paid personnel service and a description of the job in which the job-seeker was placed; and
4
Any other information determined by the Mayor to be necessary to accomplish the purposes of this chapter.
d
The records required by subsections (a) through (c) of this section shall be maintained for 4 years from the date the record is made.
e
No employer-paid personnel service doing business in the District, or any person employed by or acting as an agent of that employment agency, shall:
1
Knowingly make referrals to any job for which the requirements, duties, or conditions violate federal or District law;
2
Knowingly refer any job-seeker to any establishment at which a labor dispute is in progress without informing the job-seeker of the existence of the labor dispute;
3
Advertise a job opening unless the employer-paid personnel service has on file a bona fide employer order for a job-seeker for that job opening;
4
Solicit, persuade, or induce any job-seeker to leave any job in which the employer-paid personnel service placed the job-seeker;
5
Place or attempt to place any person under the age of 18 in any employment where the employment would violate any compulsory education or child labor laws; or
6
Violate any provision of Chapter 39 of Title 28.

Historical and Statutory

Prior Codifications 1981 Ed., § 36-1006. Legislative History of Laws For legislative history of D.C. Law 5-136, see Historical and Statutory Notes following § 32-401. DC CODE § 32-406 Current through December 11, 2012

Credits

(Mar. 13, 1985, D.C. Law 5-136, § 7, 31 DCR 5727.)