(815 ILCS 630/9)
(from Ch. 121 1/2, par. 2009)
In addition to any act or practice in violation of the
Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act, as now or hereafter
amended, it shall be a violation of this Act for any Service or its agent
or employee to do any of the following:
(a) Make, or cause to be made, publish or cause to be published, any
false, misleading, or deceptive advertisement or representation concerning
the services or products that the service provides to job seekers.
(b) Disseminate information or publish or cause to be published an
advertisement for a job knowing or disregarding the fact that:
(1) The job does not exist or the job seeker is not qualified for the job.
(2) The job has been described or advertised by or on behalf of the
Service in a false, misleading, or deceptive manner.
(3) The Service has not confirmed the availability of the job as
required by Section 6 of this Act.
(4) The Service has not obtained written or oral permission to list the
job from the employer or an authorized agent of the employer.
(c) Divide or offer to divide fees, directly or indirectly, with
prospective or actual employers or any agent, employee or representative of
prospective or actual employers.
(d) Make a false statement or in any way falsely imply to any job seeker
that a person is seeking employees to perform labor or services for which
salary, wages or other compensation is to be paid.
(e) Provide to any job seeker a job listing authorization for a position
which would require the job seeker to perform an unlawful act.
(f) Provide to any job seeker a job listing authorization for work
which that job seeker is not legally qualified to perform.
(g) Demand, charge, collect or receive a fee except in accordance with
the terms of a written contract or agreement with a job seeker.
(Source: P.A. 85-1367.)