North Carolina Employment and Labor Law Updates 2022


December

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November

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October

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September

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August

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July

Fire Training Enrollment for Youth

Bill

House Bill 661 (2021)

Summary

Clarifies that qualified youth fifteen years of age and older may enroll in courses in fire training at community colleges, to reduce the required age for beer and wine wholesaler salesmen to eighteen, to make a temporary change to the youth employment provisions of the wage and hour act to allow fifteen year old workers to be employed in certain establishments affected by labor shortages, until a specified date.

Enacted

07/08/2022

Effective Date

07/08/2022

Topics

Employment_relations: 15_and_up; Wage_and_Hour: Child_labor


June

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


May

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


April

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


March

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


February

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


January

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.

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