As used in this subchapter, unless the context indicates otherwise, the following
terms have the following meanings. [1985, c. 623, §1 (NEW).]
"Employment agency" means any person who conducts a full-time or part-time service
for the purpose of procuring or attempting to procure permanent or temporary employment
or engagement for persons seeking employment or engagement, or for giving information
about where employment or engagement may be procured when a fee paid by the employee
is charged for that service. Employment agencies do not include teachers' agencies,
nurses' associations, charitable institutions, arrangers of employment for seamen
and professional or occupational associations which serve only their own membership
and which charge only a nominal fee, and persons employed by a public or private nonprofit
1985, c. 623, §1 (NEW)
1985, c. 623, §1 (NEW).
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