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Title 29Subtitle BChapter XIVPart 1620

TITLE 29—Labor




Basic applicability of the Equal Pay Act.
General coverage of employees “engaged in commerce.”
General coverage of employees “engaged in *  *  * the production of goods for commerce.”
“Closely related” and “directly essential” activities.
What goods are considered as “produced for commerce.”
Coverage is not based on amount of covered activity.
“Enterprise” coverage.
“Employer,” “employee,” and “employ” defined.
Meaning of “establishment.”
Meaning of “wages.”
Fringe benefits.
Wage “rate.”
“Equal Work”—What it means.
Testing equality of jobs.
Jobs requiring equal skill in performance.
Jobs requiring equal effort in performance.
Jobs requiring equal responsibility in performance.
Jobs performed under similar working conditions.
Equality of wages—application of the principle.
Pay differentials claimed to be based on extra duties.
Head of household.
Employment cost not a “factor other than sex.”
Collective bargaining agreements not a defense.
Time unit for determining violations.
Equalization of rates.
Red circle rates.
Relationship to the Equal Pay Act of title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
Relationship to other equal pay laws.
Relationship to other labor laws.
Investigations and compliance assistance.
Issuance of subpoenas.
Recordkeeping requirements.
Recovery of wages due; injunctions; penalties for willful violations.
Rules to be liberally construed.

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