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(a) An agency's fee schedule may not exceed the following:
(1) registration fee, $2;
(2) job placement in temporary employment, 10 percent of the gross earnings;
(3) job placement in permanent employment, 55 percent of gross earnings for the first month of employment;
(4) sale of job information, $1; however, upon written application to and approval of the commissioner, an agency may charge not more than $5 for the information;
(5) preparation of resume and furnishing of employment information, $50; however, upon written application to and approval of the commissioner, a resume service agency may charge not more than $200 for the preparation of a resume and furnishing of employment information.
(b) Executive or professional search agencies are not subject to the maximum fee schedule set out in this section if the individual who is identified, appraised, referred or recommended for a position is not charged a deposit, retainer or other fee, either directly or indirectly, by the agency.
(c) The fee schedule set out in (a) of this section must be posted in a conspicuous place in the main room of the agency used by the public. A copy of the schedule used by an agency must be filed with the department.
(d) An agency may not divide its charges for services with an employer, agent, or employee of an employer or person to whom individuals are referred for employment. This subsection does not prohibit cooperative arrangements between licensed employment agencies so long as an applicant for employment does not pay more than one charge for all services performed or is not charged a fee in excess of that permitted under this section.
(e) A resume service may not charge a registration fee in addition to other charges for its services.
History: In effect before 7/28/59; am 6/23/74, Register 50; am 4/29/77, Register 62; am 12/31/80, Register 76
Authority: AS 23.15.460
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