- • rules
(1) The Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries may not issue a license to operate as a labor contractor until an applicant for a license has successfully passed a qualifying examination designed to test the applicant’s ability, knowledge and proficiency to conduct and manage the business of a labor contractor. The examination must also test the applicant’s knowledge of an employer’s responsibility to prevent sexual assault and sexual harassment. The commissioner shall prescribe by rule the requirements for and the manner of testing the competency of license applicants.
(2) In prescribing requirements for testing applicants for a property services contractor license, the commissioner may establish a process to administer the examination in-person, through an online electronic medium or in any other manner as the commissioner may specify. [1989 c.164 §3; 2013 c.584 §6; 2017 c.676 §5; 2018 c.8 §4]
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