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2477Ratification Number: 351Act Number: 332Introducing Body: HouseSubject: To require employers who require prospective employees to complete a job training program prior to employment to give notice to prospective employees
(A332, R351, H2477)
AN ACT TO REQUIRE EMPLOYERS WHO REQUIRE PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES TO COMPLETE A JOB TRAINING PROGRAM PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT TO GIVE NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF THE PROGRAM IF COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM DOES NOT GUARANTEE REGULAR EMPLOYMENT ON A PERMANENT BASIS AND TO PRESCRIBE THE FORM OF THE NOTICE.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:
Prospective employee job training; notice of regular employment
SECTION 1. Every employer in this State who requires prospective employees to complete a job training program conducted either by the employer or on behalf of the employer by an outside organization prior to consideration for employment shall give each prospective employee before beginning the training program a notice in the form prescribed by Section 2 of this act if completion of the job training program does not guarantee the prospective employee regular employment on a permanent basis by the employer.
SECTION 2. The notice required by Section 1 of this act shall appear on any printed matter promoting the job training program and on every application for enrollment in the program in substantially the following form: "Notice. Completion of this job training program does not guarantee you regular employment on a permanent basis by the employer who requires you to complete the program."
SECTION 3. This act shall take effect July 1, 1986.