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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 785—HOURS WORKED

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Subpart A—GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

§785.1
Introductory statement.
§785.2
Decisions on interpretations; use of interpretations.
§785.3
Period of effectiveness of interpretations.
§785.4
Application to Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act.
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Subpart B—PRINCIPLES FOR DETERMINATION OF HOURS WORKED

§785.5
General requirements of sections 6 and 7 of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
§785.6
Definition of “employ” and partial definition of “hours worked”.
§785.7
Judicial construction.
§785.8
Effect of custom, contract, or agreement.
§785.9
Statutory exemptions.
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Subpart C—APPLICATION OF PRINCIPLES

§785.10
Scope of subpart.

Employees “Suffered or Permitted” to Work

§785.11
General.
§785.12
Work performed away from the premises or job site.
§785.13
Duty of management.

Waiting Time

§785.14
General.
§785.15
On duty.
§785.16
Off duty.
§785.17
On-call time.

Rest and Meal Periods

§785.18
Rest.
§785.19
Meal.

Sleeping Time and Certain Other Activities

§785.20
General.
§785.21
Less than 24-hour duty.
§785.22
Duty of 24 hours or more.
§785.23
Employees residing on employer's premises or working at home.

Preparatory and Concluding Activities

§785.24
Principles noted in Portal-to-Portal Bulletin.
§785.25
Illustrative U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
§785.26
Section 3(o) of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Lectures, Meetings and Training Programs

§785.27
General.
§785.28
Involuntary attendance.
§785.29
Training directly related to employee's job.
§785.30
Independent training.
§785.31
Special situations.
§785.32
Apprenticeship training.

Traveltime

§785.33
General.
§785.34
Effect of section 4 of the Portal-to-Portal Act.
§785.35
Home to work; ordinary situation.
§785.36
Home to work in emergency situations.
§785.37
Home to work on special one-day assignment in another city.
§785.38
Travel that is all in the day's work.
§785.39
Travel away from home community.
§785.40
When private automobile is used in travel away from home community.
§785.41
Work performed while traveling.

Adjusting Grievances, Medical Attention, Civic and Charitable Work, and Suggestion Systems

§785.42
Adjusting grievances.
§785.43
Medical attention.
§785.44
Civic and charitable work.
§785.45
Suggestion systems.
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Subpart D—RECORDING WORKING TIME

§785.46
Applicable regulations governing keeping of records.
§785.47
Where records show insubstantial or insignificant periods of time.
§785.48
Use of time clocks.
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Subpart E—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§785.49
Applicable provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
§785.50
Section 4 of the Portal-to-Portal Act.


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