Rhode Island General Laws Title 28. Labor and Labor Relations

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  • Chapter 1. Department of Labor and Training
  • Chapter 2. Duty to Work in Time of War
  • Chapter 3. Employment of Women and Children
  • Chapter 4. Indenture of Apprentices
  • Chapter 5. Fair Employment Practices
  • Chapter 5.1. Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
  • Chapter 6. Wage Discrimination Based on Sex
  • Chapter 6.1. Lie Detector Tests as Conditions of Employment
  • Chapter 6.2. Physical Examination as A Condition of Employment
  • Chapter 6.3. Fees for Employment Applications
  • Chapter 6.4. Inspection of Personnel Files
  • Chapter 6.5. Urine and Blood Tests as A Condition of Employment
  • Chapter 6.6. Labor Union Affiliation
  • Chapter 6.7. Genetic Testing as A Condition of Employment
  • Chapter 6.8. Confidentiality of Employer/Employee Assistance Plans
  • Chapter 6.9. Tax and Income Information from Job Applicants
  • Chapter 6.10. The Temporary Employee Protection Act
  • Chapter 6.11. Employer Transportation Service Charge
  • Chapter 6.12. Privacy in Private Spaces
  • Chapter 7. Labor Relations Act
  • Chapter 7.1. Health and Welfare Funds, Pension Plans
  • Chapter 8. Actions by Labor Organizations
  • Chapter 9. Arbitration of Labor Controversies
  • Chapter 9.1. Firefighters' Arbitration
  • Chapter 9.2. Municipal Police Arbitration
  • Chapter 9.3. Certified School Teachers' Arbitration
  • Chapter 9.4. Municipal Employees' Arbitration
  • Chapter 9.5. State Police Arbitration
  • Chapter 9.6. 911 Employees' Arbitration
  • Chapter 9.7. Correctional Officers Arbitration
  • Chapter 10. Labor Disputes
  • Chapter 11. Hours of Employment
  • Chapter 11.1. Part-Time Elected Officials
  • Chapter 12. Minimum Wages
  • Chapter 13. Measurement of Work in Textile Factories
  • Chapter 14. Payment of Wages
  • Chapter 15. Assignment of Future Wages
  • Chapter 16. Enforcement of Wage and Hour Laws
  • Chapter 17. Employees' Trusts
  • Chapter 18. Industrial Homework
  • Chapter 20. Division of Occupational Safety
  • Chapter 21. Hazardous Substances Right-To-Know Act
  • Chapter 22. Division of Professional Regulation
  • Chapter 25. Boiler Inspection and Pressure Vessels
  • Chapter 26. Hoisting Engineers
  • Chapter 27. Mechanical Trades
  • Chapter 29. Workers' Compensation--General Provisions
  • Chapter 30. Workers' Compensation Court
  • Chapter 31. Workers' Compensation--State and Municipal Employees
  • Chapter 31.1. State Employees' Compensation Fund
  • Chapter 32. Workers' Compensation--Report of Injuries
  • Chapter 33. Workers' Compensation--Benefits
  • Chapter 34. Workers' Compensation--Occupational Diseases
  • Chapter 35. Workers' Compensation--Procedure
  • Chapter 36. Workers' Compensation--Insurance
  • Chapter 37. Workers' Compensation Administrative Fund
  • Chapter 38. Dr. John E. Donley Rehabilitation Center
  • Chapter 39. Temporary Disability Insurance--General Provisions
  • Chapter 40. Temporary Disability Insurance--Contributions
  • Chapter 41. Temporary Disability Insurance--Benefits
  • Chapter 42. Employment Security--General Provisions
  • Chapter 43. Employment Security--Contributions
  • Chapter 44. Employment Security--Benefits
  • Chapter 45. Apprenticeship Programs in Trade and Industry
  • Chapter 46. Private Nonvested Pension Benefits
  • Chapter 47. Workers' Compensation--Group Self-Insurance
  • Chapter 48. Rhode Island Parental and Family Medical Leave Act
  • Chapter 49. Rhode Island Disaster Service Volunteer Leave Act
  • Chapter 50. The Rhode Island Whistleblowers' Protection Act
  • Chapter 51. Sexual Harassment, Education and Training in the Workplace
  • Chapter 52. Workplace Violence Protection
  • Chapter 53. Rhode Island Uninsured Employers Fund
  • Chapter 54. Municipal Employees
  • Chapter 55. The Rhode Island Jobs Match Enhancement Program
  • Chapter 56. Employee Social Media Privacy

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