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CFR 29-2013 Labor - Wage And Hour Division - Department Of Labor

Standard Number:  CFR 29-2013
Title:  Labor - Wage And Hour Division - Department Of Labor
Language:  English
Replaced by Standard:  CFR 29(PTS500-899):2014

Replacing Standard:  CFR 29(PTS500-899):2012

Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  US Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
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Catalog:500 Migrant and seasonal agricultural worker protection
501 Enforcement of contractual obligations for temporary
alien agricultural workers admitted under section 216
of the Immigration and Nationality Act
504 Attestations by facilities using non-immigrant aliens
as registered nurses
505 Labor standards on projects or productions assisted by
grants from the National Endowments for the Arts and
Humanities
506 Attestations by employers using alien crewmembers for
long-shore activities in U.S. ports
507 Labor condition applications and requirements for
employers using non-immigrants on H-1B specialty
visas in specialty occupations and as fashion models
508 Attestations filed by employers utilizing F-1 students
for off-campus work
510 Implementation of the minimum wage provisions of the
1989 amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act in
Puerto Rico
511 Wage order procedure for American Samoa
515 Utilization of State agencies for investigations and
inspections
516 Records to be kept by employers
519 Employment of full-time students at sub-minimum wages
520 Employment under special certificate of messengers,
learners (including student-learners), and apprentices
521-523 [Reserved]
525 Employment of workers with disabilities under special
certificates
527 [Reserved]
528 Annulment or withdrawal of certificates for the employment
of student-learners, apprentices, learners, messengers,
handicapped persons, student-workers, and full-time
students in agriculture or in retail or service
establishments at special minimum wage rates
530 Employment of home-workers in certain industries
531 Wage payments under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
536 Area of production
541 Defining and delimiting the terms "Any employee employed
in a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional
capacity (including any employee employed in the capacity
of academic administrative personnel or teacher in elementary
or secondary schools), or in the capacity of outside salesman"
547 Requirements of a "Bona fide thrift or savings plan"
548 Authorization of established basic rates for computing
overtime pay
549 Requirements of a "Bona fide profit-sharing plan or trust"
550 Defining and delimiting the term "Talent fees"
551 Local delivery drivers and helpers; wage payment plans
552 Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to domestic
service
553 Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to employees
of State and local governments
570 Child labor regulations, orders and statements of
interpretation
575 Waiver of child labor provisions for agricultural
employment of 10 and 11 year old minors in hand
harvesting of short season crops
578 Minimum wage and overtime violations - civil money
penalties
579 Child labor violations - civil money penalties
580 Civil money penalties - procedures for assessing and
contesting penalties
697 Industries in American Samoa
775 General
776 Interpretative bulletin on the general coverage of the
wage and hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards
Act of 1938
778 Overtime compensation
779 The Fair Labor Standards Act as applied to retailers
of goods or services
780 Exemptions applicable to agriculture, processing of
agricultural commodities,
and related subjects under the Fair Labor Standards Act
782 Exemption from maximum hours provisions for certain
employees of motor carriers
783 Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to employees
employed as seamen
784 Provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act applicable to
fishing and operations on aquatic products
785 Hours worked
786 Miscellaneous exemptions
788 Forestry or logging operations in which not more than
eight employees are employed
789 General statement on the provisions of section 12(a)
and section 15(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938,
relating to written assurances
790 General statement as to the effect of the Portal-to-Portal
Act of 1947 on the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
791 Joint employment relationship under Fair Labor Standards
Act of 1938
793 Exemption of certain radio and television station
employees from overtime pay requirements under
section 13(b)(9) of the Fair Labor Standards Act
794 Partial overtime exemption for employees of wholesale
or bulk petroleum distributors under section 7(b)(3)
of the Fair Labor Standards Act
801 Application of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act
of 1988
825 The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993
870 Restriction on garnishment  
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