Employment agencies usually charge a fee for finding a job for someone seeking employment, I grant that, but once a person is employed, Can the agency legally take $150.00 from your first paycheck? Besides paying the agency a fee of $20.00, we still have to give away $150.00 extra dollars the first check, a one time payment for every single hiring employer. So if someone gets employed and referred by the employment agency up to 5 times in a year, the amount goes up to $750.00 a year. Is that allowed by state or federal labor laws?
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