§ 79 There is in the Department of Industrial Relations the Division of …
§ 80 The headquarters of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, …
§ 81 The employees of the division shall devote their full time to the …
§ 82 (a) The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement succeeds to, and …
§ 83 (a) The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement succeeds to, and …
§ 87 All persons, other than temporary employees, serving in the state …
§ 88 The personnel records of all employees transferred pursuant to …
§ 89 The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall have possession and …
§ 89.5 The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement may expend the money in …
§ 90 The Labor Commissioner, his deputies and agents, shall have free …
§ 90.2 (a) (1) Except as otherwise required by federal law, an …
§ 90.3 (a) It is the policy of this state to vigorously enforce the …
§ 90.5 (a) It is the policy of this state to vigorously enforce minimum …
§ 90.6 (a) In the case of an investigation by the field enforcement …
§ 90.7 When the division determines that an employer has violated Section …
§ 91 Any person who willfully impedes or prevents the Labor Commissioner …
§ 92 The Labor Commissioner, his deputies and agents, may issue subpenas …
§ 93 Obedience to subpoenas issued by the Labor Commissioner, or his …
§ 94 The office of the division shall be open for business from 9 o’clock …
§ 95 (a) The division may enforce the provisions of this code and all …
§ 96 The Labor Commissioner and his or her deputies and representatives …
§ 96.3 In cases where employees are covered by a collective bargaining …
§ 96.5 The Labor Commissioner shall conduct such hearings as may be …
§ 96.6 The Industrial Relations Unpaid Wage Fund is hereby created as a …
§ 96.7 The Labor Commissioner, after investigation and upon determination …
§ 96.8 (a) Notwithstanding any other law, beginning 20 days after a …
§ 97 The Labor Commissioner, his deputies and representatives shall not be …
§ 98 (a) The Labor Commissioner is authorized to investigate employee …
§ 98.1 (a) Within 15 days after the hearing is concluded, the Labor …
§ 98.2 (a) Within 10 days after service of notice of an order, …
§ 98.3 (a) The Labor Commissioner may prosecute all actions for the …
§ 98.4 The Labor Commissioner may, upon the request of a claimant …
§ 98.5 The Labor Commissioner shall have the right to intervene in any court …
§ 98.6 (a) A person shall not discharge an employee or in any manner …
§ 98.7 (a) (1) Any person who believes that he or she has been …
§ 98.74 (a) If the Labor Commissioner determines, after an investigation …
§ 98.75 The Labor Commissioner shall submit a report to the Legislature by …
§ 98.8 The Labor Commissioner shall promulgate all regulations and rules of …
§ 98.9 Upon a finding by the Labor Commissioner that a willful or deliberate …
§ 99 The division may file preferred claims, mechanics’ liens, and other …
§ 100 The division may join various claimants in one preferred claim or …
§ 100.5 Preferred claims for work performed or personal services rendered are …
§ 101 No court costs of any nature shall be payable by the division, in any …
§ 101.5 No fees shall be payable for the filing or recording of any document …
§ 102 The sheriff or marshal shall specify when the summons or process is …
§ 103 The Labor Commissioner shall, to the extent provided for by any …
§ 104 The Labor Commissioner shall, upon the written request of the labor …
§ 105 (a) The Labor Commissioner shall provide qualified bilingual …
§ 106 (a) The Labor Commissioner may authorize an employee of any of …
§ 107 (a) The enforcement of Section 14110.65 of the Welfare and …

Terms Used In California Codes > Labor Code > Division 1 > Chapter 4

  • Action: means an action for partition under this title. See California Education Code 18703
  • Contractor: means the department, division, or other unit of a person or organization responsible for the performance under the contract. See California Government Code 12500
  • Controlled substance: means a controlled substance in schedules I through V of Section 202 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U. See California Government Code 12500
  • Drug-free workplace: means a site for the performance of work done in connection with a specific grant or contract described in Article 2 (commencing with Section 8355) of an entity at which employees of the entity are prohibited from engaging in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance in accordance with the requirements of this chapter. See California Government Code 12500
  • Employee: means the employee of a grantee or contractor directly engaged in the performance of work pursuant to the grant or contract described in Article 2 (commencing with Section 8355) . See California Government Code 12500
  • Foreign country: means a government other than any of the following:

    California Government Code 12527.5

  • Foreign-country judgment: means a judgment of a court of a foreign country. See California Government Code 12527.5
  • Grantee: means the department, division, or other unit of a person or organization responsible for the performance under the grant. See California Government Code 12500
  • Judgment creditor: means the person or persons who can bring an action to enforce a sister state judgment. See California Government Code 12517
  • Judgment debtor: means the person or persons against whom an action to enforce a sister state judgment can be brought. See California Government Code 12517
  • Property: includes real and personal property. See California Education Code 18703
  • Remainder: includes reversion, reversionary interest, right of entry, and executory interest. See California Education Code 18703
  • Sister state judgment: means that part of any judgment, decree, or order of a court of a state of the United States, other than California, which requires the payment of money, but does not include a support order as defined in Section 155 of the Family Code. See California Government Code 12517
  • state agency: includes every state office, officer, department, division, bureau, board, and commission. See California Government Code 11000