Arkansas Code Title 11. Labor and Industrial Relations § 11-11-229. Recordkeeping requirements
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(a) It shall be the duty of every employment agency to keep a complete record of all orders for employees that are received from prospective employers. This record shall contain the date when the order was received, the name and address of the employer seeking the services of an employee, the name of the individual placing the order, the duties of the position to be filled, the qualifications required of the employee, the salary or wages to be paid, and the probable duration of the job.
(b) It shall be the duty of every employment agency to keep a complete record of each applicant who is referred by the agency to an employer for a job interview. This record shall contain the date when the applicant was referred to a prospective employer for a job or interview, the name of the applicant, and the name of the firm to whom the applicant is referred.
(c)(1) It shall be the duty of every employment agency to keep a complete register called a “business transaction record”, which shall consist of the name of the individual placed, the date of the placement, the name of the employer, the starting date of the position, the starting salary, the amount of the fee charged, and the remarks column.
(2) The remarks column will state the amount of any adjustment or refund made.
(d)(1) Prior to referral of any person to a job or interview or prior to placement of any job advertisement, an employment agency must have a current bona fide job order.
(2) It shall be the duty of every employment agency to maintain a copy of any job advertisement and the job order pertaining to any advertisement in a readily available record.
(e) All of the records listed in this section shall be kept in the employment agency office and shall be open during office hours to inspection by the Division of Labor and its duly authorized agents.
(f) No employment agent or his or her employee shall knowingly make any false entry or omission in the records.
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