In Nevada, employment agencies are also known as PEA's (private employment agencies).
AmeriPro Surety Bonds will use the above abbreviation below when discussing Nevada-based employment agencies below.
The Nevada Office of the Labor Commissioner is the governing body which oversees PEA’s.
PEA’s are defined as businesses:
In Nevada, you are a PEA if an employee candidate that you have matched to an employer works at that business, but is still paid by the PEA.
The Labor Commissioner also regards you as a PEA if you charge either the employer or the employee a fee for your services.
The application for a PEA license in Nevada is fairly straightforward.
Applicants will need to:
File a $1,000 surety bond with the Nevada Labor Commissioner’s office.
The Nevada Labor Commissioner requires a $1,000 surety bond for PEA's.
The bond is not an insurance policy.
This surety bond is a protection for the consumer against any fraudulent, illegal, or criminal acts that a PEA might commit in the course of their duties.
Nevada PEA applicants will not pay $1,000 for the surety bond.
It is probable that this surety bond is no more than $100; however it will not be much at all
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