|National Labor Relations Board - Philadelphia||Investigates unfair labor practice charges in both union or non-union workplaces concerning rights of employees under the National Labor Relations Act and processes representation petitions filed by unions, individuals and employers and certifies the results of the elections.
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|National Labor Relations Board - Washington DC||Two primary functions: to prevent and remedy unfair labor practices, whether committed by labor organizations or employers, and; to establish whether or not certain groups of employees desire labor organization representation for collective-bargaining purposes, and if so, which union.
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|Pennsylvania Bureau of Labor Law Compliance||Enforcement and Education of the Following:
- Minimum Wage Law. The minimum wage for PA workers is $7.25/hour. The exceptions are restaurant employees and other workers who receive tips. To be considered a "tipped" employee, the worker must earn a minimum of $30/Month in tips. The employer is responsible for 55 percent $2.83/HR.
- Wage Payment & Collection
- Equal pay (for males/females)
- Prevailing Wage: Rates of pay for construction projects using public funding
-Apprenticeship and training
- Industrial Homework (manufacturing which is completed in an individual's home for an outside employer)
- Personnel Files
- Medical pay (payment of medical examination required by an employer)
- Seasonal Farm Labor Law (wages and hours)
- Child labor (hours, occupations and breaks)
- Underground Utility Line Protection Act: Protects underground utility lines during excavation
- Construction Workplace Misclassification Act
- Prohibition of Excessive overtime in health care
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|Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Administrative||Prepares job seekers for the global workforce through employment and job training services for youth, adult, older adult and dislocated workers. Also enforces regulations and safety standards in the workplace and administers the Commonwealth's programs for community service by young Pennsylvanians.
Administers benefits to unemployed individuals, oversees the administration of workers' compensation benefits to individuals with job related injuries and/or illnesses, and provides vocational rehabilitation to individuals with disabilities.
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|Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board||Administers and enforces Commonwealth laws dealing with labor-management relations.
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|United States Department of Labor - Labor Relations||Fosters and promotes the welfare of the job seekers, wage earners and retirees of the United States.
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|York-Adams Central Labor Council||This regional coordinating body brings unions from many industries together to take action on local and statewide issues. Labor councils organize, mobilize, and give working families a voice in the political process.
This Labor Council can provide referrals for programs and services to individuals in the re-entry system and to their families. Additionally, union apprenticeship applications and job openings are regularly posted on the “York-Adams CLC “ Facebook page.
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|York Area Labor Management Council||Promote labor-management cooperation
To provide an open forum for discussion between labor and management on economic and other important problems facing our community
OSHA Safety and Health Training
Golf outings in the Spring and Fall
Labor-Management Cooperation Award||York||York Area Labor Management Council||York Area Labor Management Council|