39-2-303. Deception as to character of employment, conditions of work, or existence of labor dispute prohibited. (1) A person or an entity doing business in this state may not induce, influence, persuade, or engage workers to change from one place to another in this state through or by means of deception, misrepresentation, or false advertising concerning the kind or character of the work, the sanitary or other conditions of employment, or as to the existence of a strike or other trouble pending between the employer and the employees at the time of or immediately prior to the engagement. Failure to state in any advertisement, proposal, or contract for the employment of workers that there is a strike, lockout, or other labor trouble at the place of the proposed employment when in fact a strike, lockout, or other trouble actually exists at that place is considered a false advertisement and misrepresentation for the purpose of this section.
(2) A worker influenced, induced, persuaded, or engaged through or by means of any of the things prohibited by subsection (1) has a right of action for recovery of all damages that the worker sustained in consequence of the deception, misrepresentation, or false advertising used to induce the worker to change the worker's place of employment against anyone directly or indirectly procuring the change, and in addition, the worker shall recover reasonable attorney fees to be fixed by the court and taxed as costs in any judgment recovered.