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(815 ILCS 630/5)
(from Ch. 121 1/2, par. 2005)
Every Service shall be required to:
(1) Keep and make available to the Attorney General
during regular business hours, and to the State's Attorney of any county in which the Service conducts business the following records:
(a) All job listing authorizations received by
the Service during the immediate past year. Each such authorization shall include:
(i) the date when such authorization was
(ii) the name of the person recording the
(iii) the name and address of the employer or
agent of the employer, making the authorization.
(iv) the job title and the qualifications
(v) the salary offered or to be paid for such
(vi) the duration of the job.
(b) Copies of all contracts, agreements or other
documents signed by job seekers, pursuant to Section 6 of this Act, for the immediate past year.
(c) Copies of all receipts for fee payments given
to each job seeker, pursuant to this Act, for the immediate past year.
(d) A current schedule of fees charged.
(e) All other written information relative to the
services provided to the job seeker.
(2) Furnish to each job seeker a copy of every
written instrument the job seeker has signed.
(3) Obtain a bona fide job order for employment prior
to collecting any fee from a job seeker or sending out a job seeker to any place of employment.
(4) Furnish to each job seeker from whom a fee is
received, at the time payment is received, a receipt in which shall be stated the name of the job seeker, the name and address of the Service and its agent, the date and amount of the fee and the purpose for which it was paid.
(5) Furnish to each job seeker, who is sent to a
prospective employer, with a card or similar paper stating the nature of the prospective employment, the names of the job seeker and prospective employer, and the address of the employer.
(6) Verify each job listing authorization received
from the authorizing employer within 7 days following the receipt or such authorization.
(7) Meet in person with a potential job seeker and
enter into a written contract before a job seeker provides payment for a job list. A job list shall include, at a minimum, the following information:
(a) name and address of the employer or agent of
the employer, making the authorization;
(b) job title and the qualifications therefor;
(c) salary offered or to be paid for such job, if
(d) the duration of the job;
(e) location of the job; and
(f) certification that the position has not been
filled as of the date that such a list is made available to the job seeker.
Said job list shall be considered deliverable under
(Source: P.A. 99-642, eff. 7-28-16.)