North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 95. Department of Labor and Labor Regulations

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  • Article 1. Department of Labor
  • Article 2A. Wage and Hour Act
  • Article 3. Various Regulations
  • Article 4. Conciliation Service and Mediation of Labor Disputes
  • Article 4A. Voluntary Arbitration of Labor Disputes
  • Article 5A. Regulation of Private Personnel Services
  • Article 5B. Regulation of Job Listing Services
  • Article 7A. Uniform Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act
  • Article 7B. Historical Boilers
  • Article 9. Earnings of Employees in Interstate Commerce
  • Article 10. Declaration of Policy as to Labor Organizations
  • Article 12. Units of Government and Labor Unions, Trade Unions, and Labor Organizations and Public Employee Strikes
  • Article 13. Payments to or for Benefit of Labor Organizations
  • Article 14. Inspection Service Fees
  • Article 14A. Elevator Safety Act of North Carolina
  • Article 14B. Amusement Device Safety Act of North Carolina
  • Article 15. Passenger Tramway Safety
  • Article 16. Occupational Safety and Health Act of North Carolina
  • Article 18. Identification of Toxic or Hazardous Substances
  • Article 19. Migrant Housing Act of North Carolina
  • Article 19A. Overhead High-Voltage Line Safety Act
  • Article 20. Controlled Substance Examination Regulation
  • Article 21. Retaliatory Employment Discrimination
  • Article 22. Safety and Health Programs and Committees
  • Article 23. Workplace Violence Prevention

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