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Name: Employment of Homeworkers in Certain Industries; Records to be Kept by Employers Rule (29 CFR Parts 516 and 530)
Country: United States of America
Subject(s): Manufacturing workers; Homeworkers
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1988-11-07
Entry into force:
Published on: Federal Register, 1988-11-10, Vol. 53, No. 218, pp. 45705-45727
ISN: USA-1988-R-7480
Bibliography: Federal Register, 1988-11-10, Vol. 53, No. 218, pp. 45705-45727
errata ibid, 1988-11-17, Vol. 53, No. 222, p. 46530
Abstract/Citation: Modifies rules which restricted the manufacture of most types of jewelry, gloves and mittens, buttons and buckles, embroidery and handkerchiefs by persons in the home. Henceforward, employers may employ workers in these industries to work at home, subject to obtaining a certificate from the Department authorising such employment. The Regulations also amend the recordkeeping requirements imposed on employers of homeworkers.
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