29 CFR 530.1 - Definitions

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  • International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union v. Donovan, No. 82-2133
    • United States
    • U.S. Court of Appeals — District of Columbia Circuit
    • 29 Noviembre 1983
    ...sections, or accessories for use as external apparel, and those firms that manufacture bathing suits from any purchased fabric. 29 C.F.R. Sec. 530.1(f) (1981) (rescinded by 46 Fed.Reg. 50,349 (1981)). This industry employs approximately 63,000 production workers. 46 Fed.Reg. 50,349 The appe......
  • East v. Bullock's Inc., No. 96-1251-PHX-SMM(DAE).
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. District of Arizona
    • 2 Diciembre 1998
    ...homework. Industrial homework is defined as the production by an employee, in a residential establishment, of goods for an employer. 29 C.F.R. § 530.1(d). Although the Ninth Circuit has not addressed the issue of implied remedies in the FLSA context, other courts have. In Bureerong v. Uvawa......
  • Employment laws and new ways of working together
    • United States
    • Practicing Law in the Sharing Economy: Helping People Build Cooperatives, Social Enterprise, and Local Sustainable Economies
    • 1 Agosto 2012
    ...a general rule, it is not legal, without a special license, to employ people to engage in manufacturing activities in their homes. See 29 C.F.R. §§ 530.1–530.12 and Fair Labor Standards Act § 211(d). 84. Whitaker House Coop., 366 U.S. at 34 (Whittaker, J., ors85462_07_c07_367-414.indd 410 o......
  • Agency Information Collection Activities; Comment Request; Information Collections: Pertaining to Special Employment Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
    • United States
    • Federal Register November 09, 2016
    • 9 Noviembre 2016
    ...manufacturing, gloves and mittens, button and buckle manufacturing, and embroideries) to those employers who obtain certificates. See 29 CFR 530.1-.2. The DOL may also issue individual certificates in any industry for an individual homeworker who is unable to leave home because of a disabil......
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  • International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union v. Donovan, No. 82-2133
    • United States
    • U.S. Court of Appeals — District of Columbia Circuit
    • 29 Noviembre 1983
    ...sections, or accessories for use as external apparel, and those firms that manufacture bathing suits from any purchased fabric. 29 C.F.R. Sec. 530.1(f) (1981) (rescinded by 46 Fed.Reg. 50,349 (1981)). This industry employs approximately 63,000 production workers. 46 Fed.Reg. 50,349 The appe......
  • East v. Bullock's Inc., No. 96-1251-PHX-SMM(DAE).
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. District of Arizona
    • 2 Diciembre 1998
    ...homework. Industrial homework is defined as the production by an employee, in a residential establishment, of goods for an employer. 29 C.F.R. § 530.1(d). Although the Ninth Circuit has not addressed the issue of implied remedies in the FLSA context, other courts have. In Bureerong v. Uvawa......
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  • Employment laws and new ways of working together
    • United States
    • Practicing Law in the Sharing Economy: Helping People Build Cooperatives, Social Enterprise, and Local Sustainable Economies
    • 1 Agosto 2012
    ...a general rule, it is not legal, without a special license, to employ people to engage in manufacturing activities in their homes. See 29 C.F.R. §§ 530.1–530.12 and Fair Labor Standards Act § 211(d). 84. Whitaker House Coop., 366 U.S. at 34 (Whittaker, J., ors85462_07_c07_367-414.indd 410 o......

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