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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter BPart 776


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER B—STATEMENTS OF GENERAL POLICY OR INTERPRETATION NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO REGULATIONS

PART 776—INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON THE GENERAL COVERAGE OF THE WAGE AND HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§776.0
Subpart limited to individual employee coverage.

Individual Employee Coverage

§776.0a
Introductory statement.

How Coverage Is Determined

§776.1
General interpretative guides.
§776.2
Employee basis of coverage.
§776.3
Persons engaging in both covered and noncovered activities.
§776.4
Workweek standard.
§776.5
Coverage not dependent on method of compensation.
§776.6
Coverage not dependent on place of work.
§776.7
Geographical scope of coverage.

Engaging “In Commerce”

§776.8
The statutory provisions.
§776.9
General scope of “in commerce” coverage.
§776.10
Employees participating in the actual movement of commerce.
§776.11
Employees doing work related to instrumentalities of commerce.
§776.12
Employees traveling across State lines.
§776.13
Commerce crossing international boundaries.

Engaging in “The Production of Goods for Commerce”

§776.14
Elements of “production” coverage.
§776.15
“Production.”
§776.16
Employment in “producing, * * * or in any other manner working on” goods.
§776.17
Employment in a “closely related process or occupation directly essential to” production of goods.
§776.18
Employees of producers for commerce.
§776.19
Employees of independent employers meeting needs of producers for commerce.
§776.20
“Goods.”
§776.21
“For” commerce.
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Subpart B—CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

§776.22
Subpart limited to individual employee coverage.

Enterprise Coverage

§776.22a
Extension of coverage to employment in certain enterprises.

Individual Employee Coverage in the Construction Industry

§776.22b
Guiding principles.
§776.23
Employment in the construction industry.
§776.24
Travel in connection with construction projects.
§776.25
Regular and recurring activities as basis of coverage.
§776.26
Relationship of the construction work to the covered facility.
§776.27
Construction which is related to covered production.
§776.28
Covered preparatory activities.
§776.29
Instrumentalities and channels of interstate commerce.
§776.30
Construction performed on temporarily idle facilities.


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