Last updated: January 27, 2014
NEW JERSEY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE TITLE 13. LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY CHAPTER 45B. PERSONNEL SERVICES SUBCHAPTER 15. ADVERTISING AND SOLICITATIONS
N.J.A.C. § 13:45B-15.1
§ 13:45B-15.1. Advertisements and solicitations
(a) All advertisements offering employment or personnel services or products shall include the advertiser's business name and address as they appear on the license or registration form of the licensed or registered firm. Advertisements for positions within the licensed or registered firm shall also include the advertiser's business name and address as they appear on the license or registration form of the firm. All advertisements shall contain the name and address as it appears on the license, and license number of the entertainment agency.
(b) No person shall misrepresent the identity of an individual or the identity of a company in an advertisement or in a personal, telephoned, telecopied, or mailed solicitation. All advertising and solicitations by any person must disclose the name of the company offering the employment services or products.
(c) Newspaper advertising pertaining to services offered or provided in this State by career consulting or outplacement organizations appearing within or adjacent to help-wanted advertising shall contain the phrase "not an employment agency" in a clear, conspicuous, prominent manner, and in no less than 10-point bold-face type, except that a classified advertisement shall contain the phrase in type no smaller than its text, and in all capital letters.
(e) Copies of all advertisements and solicitations shall be maintained by the licensed or registered firm or entertainment agency in a form suitable for inspection and shall be made available for inspection by the Division for two years following publication or dissemination.
(f) A record of all advertisements and solicitations with date and place of publication or dissemination, including identification of media used, shall be maintained in a form suitable for inspection and made available upon request of representatives of the Division for two years following publication or dissemination.