Arkansas Code Title 23. Public Utilities and Regulated Industries § 23-92-403. Relationship to other laws
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(a)(1) Neither this subchapter nor any professional employer agreement shall affect, modify, or amend any collective bargaining agreement or the rights or obligations of any client, professional employer organization, or covered employee under the National Labor Relations Act, as it existed on January 1, 2003.
(2) This subchapter preserves all rights to which a covered employee would be entitled under a traditional employment relationship.
(b) Neither this subchapter nor any professional employer agreement shall affect, modify, or amend any state, local, or federal licensing, registration, or certification requirement applicable to any client or covered employee.
(c) A covered employee who must be licensed, registered, or certified according to law or regulation is deemed solely an employee of the client for purposes of any license, registration, or certification requirement.
(d) A professional employer organization shall not be deemed to engage in any occupation, trade, profession, or other activity that is subject to licensing, registration, or certification requirements, or is otherwise regulated by a governmental entity, solely by entering into and maintaining a coemployment relationship with a covered employee who is subject to this subchapter or to rules promulgated under this subchapter.
(e)(1) For purposes of determination of tax credits and other economic incentives provided by Arkansas that are based on employment, covered employees are deemed employees solely of the client.
(2) A client is entitled to the benefit of any tax credit, economic incentive, or other benefit arising as the result of the employment of covered employees of the client.
(3) Upon request by a client, each professional employer organization shall provide employment information reasonably required by an Arkansas agency or department that is necessary to support any request, claim, application, or other action by a client seeking any tax credit or economic incentive under subdivision (e)(2) of this section.
(f)(1) Applicants for licensing or a professional employer organization licensed under this subchapter authorize the Division of Workforce Services, the Workers' Compensation Commission, and the State Insurance Department, or their successors, to release otherwise confidential information to the other departments or commission in this subdivision (f)(1) concerning the applicant or professional employer organization upon the written request by the requesting department or commission.
(2) The Division of Workforce Services, the Workers' Compensation Commission, and the State Insurance Department shall maintain the confidentiality of information received under subdivision (f)(1) of this section unless the information is introduced into evidence at an administrative proceeding or at a civil or criminal trial arising out of a violation of this subchapter that involves the applicant, the professional employer organization, or the controlling person.
(g) Neither this subchapter nor any professional employer agreement shall affect, limit, restrict, or modify the rights or obligations of any client, professional employer organization, or covered employee with respect to:
(1) The payment of wages as required by contract or by state or federal law; and
(2) Compliance with the following:
(A) Section 11-2-101 et seq., § 11-3-101 et seq., § 11-4-101 et seq., § 11-5-101 et seq., § 11-6-101 et seq., § 11-7-201 et seq., the Division of Workforce Services Law, § 11-10-101 et seq., and § 11-12-101 et seq.;
(C) Section 22-9-301 et seq., commonly referred to as the “Arkansas Prevailing Wage Law”;
(D) The Arkansas Civil Rights Act of 1993, § 16-123-101 et seq.;
(E) The Public Employees' Chemical Right to Know Act, § 8-7-1001 et seq.; and
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