West Virginia Code Chapter 21. Labor

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  • Article 1. Division of Labor
  • Article 1A. Labor-Management Relations Act for the Private Sector
  • Article 1B. Verifying Legal Employment Status of Workers
  • Article 1C. West Virginia Jobs Act
  • Article 1D. West Virginia Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace Act
  • Article 2. Employment Agencies
  • Article 3. Safety and Welfare of Employees
  • Article 3A. Occupational Safety and Health Act
  • Article 3B. Employer Assistance for Environmental Protection
  • Article 3C. Elevator Safety
  • Article 3D. Crane Operator Certification Act
  • Article 4. Hours of Labor
  • Article 5. Wage Payment and Collection
  • Article 5B. Equal Pay for Equal Work
  • Article 5C. Minimum Wage and Maximum Hours Standards
  • Article 5D. The Parental Leave Act
  • Article 5E. Equal Pay for Equal Work for State Employees
  • Article 5F. Nurse Overtime and Patient Safety Act
  • Article 5G. West Virginia Workplace Freedom Act
  • Article 5H. Employee Personal Social Media
  • Article 6. Child Labor
  • Article 7. Industrial Homework
  • Article 9. Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards
  • Article 10. Amusement Rides and Amusement Attractions Safety Act
  • Article 11. West Virginia Contractor Licensing Act
  • Article 11A. Notice and Opportunity to Cure Construction Defects
  • Article 12. Commercial Bungee Jumping Safety Act
  • Article 13. Convenience Food Stores Safety Act
  • Article 14. Supervision of Plumbing Work
  • Article 15. Zipline and Canopy Tour Responsibility Act
  • Article 16. Regulation of Heating, Ventilating and Cooling Work

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