(a) No employment agent shall publish or cause to be published any fraudulent or misleading notice or advertisement of the employment agency by means of cards, circulars, or signs or in newspapers or other publications.
(b) All letterheads, receipts, and blanks shall contain the full name and address of the employment agency, and the licensee shall state in all notices and advertisements the fact that the licensee is or conducts a private employment agency.
(c) No employment agency shall print, publish, or paint on any sign or window or insert in any newspaper or publication a name similar to that of the Arkansas State Employment Service or any other governmental agency.
(d) No employment agency shall print or stamp on any receipt or on any contract used by the agency any part of this subchapter unless the entire section from which the part is taken is printed or stamped thereon.
(e) No employment agency shall allow any person in its employment to use any names other than their legal names in the course of and in respect to their employment with the agency.
(f) No employment agency or its employees or agents shall give any information or make any representation to any applicant, where the agency or its employees or agents know or reasonably should know that the information or representation is false.
(g) No employment agency or its employees or agents shall knowingly withhold from a job applicant any information material to a job to which that applicant is referred.
(h) No employment agent or its agents or employees shall engage in any conduct in the course of its business that constitutes a fraudulent, dishonest, or deceptive practice, whether or not the conduct is prohibited by this subchapter.
(i) No contracts, forms, or schedules used by employment agencies in their dealings with the public shall contain any false, ambiguous, or misleading information.
Acts 1975, No. 493, § 15; A.S.A. 1947, § 81-1027.