Utah Code Title 34. Labor in General

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  • Chapter 19. Labor Disputes
  • Chapter 20. Employment Relations and Collective Bargaining
  • Chapter 20A. Utah Fire Fighters' Negotiations Act
  • Chapter 23. Employment of Minors
  • Chapter 25. Fellow Servants
  • Chapter 26. Wages a Preferred Debt
  • Chapter 27. Attorneys' Fees in Suits for Wages
  • Chapter 28. Payment of Wages
  • Chapter 29. Employment Agencies
  • Chapter 30. Employment on Public Works
  • Chapter 32. Deductions for the Benefit of Labor Organizations
  • Chapter 33. Medical Fees for Examinations
  • Chapter 34. Utah Right to Work Law
  • Chapter 36. Transportation of Workers
  • Chapter 38. Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Chapter 39. Employment Inventions Act
  • Chapter 40. Utah Minimum Wage Act
  • Chapter 41. Local Governmental Entity Drug-Free Workplace Policies
  • Chapter 42. Employer Reference Immunity
  • Chapter 43. Disaster Service Volunteer Leave Act
  • Chapter 44. Sales Representative Commission Payment Act
  • Chapter 45. Protection of Activities in Private Vehicles
  • Chapter 46. Employment Selection Procedures Act
  • Chapter 47. Worker Classification Coordinated Enforcement Act
  • Chapter 48. Internet Employment Privacy Act
  • Chapter 49. Nursing Mothers in the Workplace
  • Chapter 50. Veterans Preference in Private Employment Act
  • Chapter 51. Post-Employment Restrictions Act
  • Chapter 52. Reducing Barriers to Employment for Individuals with Criminal Records

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