Pennsylvania Statutes Title 43 P.S. Labor

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  • Chapter 1. Equipment and Place of Employment
  • Chapter 2. Child Labor
  • Chapter 2A. Nonresident Child Labor
  • Chapter 3. Apprentices
  • Chapter 4. Female Labor
  • Chapter 5. Labor on Public Works
  • Chapter 5A. Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act
  • Chapter 5B. Prohibition of Illegal Alien Labor on Assisted Projects Act
  • Chapter 5C. Public Works Employment Verification Act
  • Chapter 7. Trade Unions and Labor Disputes
  • Chapter 8. Wages
  • Chapter 9. Regulation of Certain Businesses
  • Chapter 11. Free Public Employment Offices
  • Chapter 12. Rehabilitation
  • Chapter 12A. Manpower Employment Assistance and Training Act
  • Chapter 12B. Dislocated Worker Training Assistance Act
  • Chapter 14. Unemployment Compensation Law
  • Chapter 14A. Self-Employment Assistance Program Act
  • Chapter 15A. Prohibition of Excessive Overtime in Health Care Act
  • Chapter 15B. Construction Workplace Misclassification Act
  • Chapter 15C. Professional Employer Organization Act
  • Chapter 16. Unfair Sales by Employers
  • Chapter 17. Pennsylvania Human Relations Act
  • Chapter 18. Medical Examinations and Reports
  • Chapter 19. Public Employe Relations Act
  • Chapter 19A. Public Employee Fair Share Fee Law
  • Chapter 21. Seasonal Farm Labor Act
  • Chapter 22. Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act
  • Chapter 23. Inspection of Employment Records Law
  • Chapter 24. Public Employee Retirement Commission Act
  • Chapter 25. Whistleblower Law
  • Chapter 25A. Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators
  • Chapter 26. Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Law
  • Chapter 27. Commissioned Sales Representatives
  • Chapter 28. Employee's Failure to Report to Work During a State of Emergency
  • Chapter 29. National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline Notification Act

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