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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:

E-Verify


For Employers E-Verify is a voluntary program for employers, with limited exceptions. Companies can access E-Verify online and compare an employee's Form I-9 information with over 455 million records in the Social Security Administration database, and more than 80 million records in Department of Homeland Security immigration databases. E-Verify is an essential tool for employers committed to maintaining a legal workforce, and the number of registered employers is growing by approximately 1,400 per week. E-Verify is mandatory for some employers, such as those employers with federal contracts or subcontracts that contain the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) E-Verify clause and employers in certain states. Visit USCIS.gov for more information on E-Verify for employers.

Affirmative Action
Age Discrimination
AIDS
Arrests/Convictions
Authorized Workers
Background Checks
Benefits for Unmarried Partners
Blacklisting
Breaks
Breastfeeding
Child Labor Law
Child Support
Court Attendance - Victim of Crime
Credit Reports
Data Security/Breach Notification
Direct Deposit
Disabilities
Drug/Alcohol Testing
E-Verify
Employment At Will
Family and Medical Leave
Genetic Testing
Health Insurance Continuation
Insurance Portability
Jury Duty
Lie Detector Tests
Lifestyle Discrimination
Medical Donation Leave
Military Leave
Mini COBRA
Minimum Wage
National Origin
New Hire Reporting
Non-Compete Agreements
Occupational Safety and Health
Off Duty Conduct
Off-Duty Conduct
Overtime
Pay Schedules
Pay Statements
Payment of Commissions
Personnel Files
Plant Closing and Mass Layoff
Posting Requirements
Pre-Employment Inquiries
Pregnancy Discrimination
Privacy
Race
References
Religion
School Visitation Leave
Sex Discrimination
Sexual Harassment
Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Smoking
Social Security Numbers
Title VII/Civil Rights
Unemployment Insurance
Union Members
Vacation Pay Upon Termination
Voting
Wage Deductions
Wage Garnishment
Wage Payment at Termination
Weapons
Whistleblower Protection
Workers' Compensation