NC - North Carolina Human Resource Labor Laws
Below is a list of employment laws we monitor and provide for North Carolina.
Example law for this state:
No person shall discriminate or take any retaliatory action against an employee because the employee in good faith does or threatens to do any of the following:
(1) File a claim or complaint, initiate any inquiry, investigation, inspection, proceeding or other action, or testify or provide information to any person.
(2) Cause any of the activities listed to be initiated on an employee's behalf.
(3) Exercise any right on behalf of the employee or any other employee afforded by Article 2A or Article 16 of this Chapter or by Article 2A of Chapter 74 of the General Statutes.
It shall not be a violation of this Article for a person to discharge or take any other unfavorable action with respect to an employee who has engaged in protected activity as set forth under this Article if the person proves by the greater weight of the evidence that it would have taken the same unfavorable action in the absence of the protected activity of the employee.
Benefits for Unmarried Partners
Child Labor Law
Court Attendance - Victim of Crime
Data Security/Breach Notification
Employment At Will
Family and Medical Leave
Health Insurance Continuation
Lie Detector Tests
Medical Donation Leave
New Hire Reporting
Occupational Safety and Health
Off Duty Conduct
Payment of Commissions
Plant Closing and Mass Layoff
School Visitation Leave
Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Social Security Numbers
Title VII/Civil Rights
Vacation Pay Upon Termination
Wage Payment at Termination