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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter CPart 826


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER C—OTHER LAWS

PART 826—PAID LEAVE UNDER THE FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT (Eff. until 12-31-20)

rule
§826.10
General.
§826.20
Paid leave entitlements.
§826.21
Amount of Paid Sick Leave.
§826.22
Amount of pay for Paid Sick Leave.
§826.23
Amount of Expanded Family and Medical Leave.
§826.24
Amount of pay for Expanded Family and Medical Leave.
§826.25
Calculating the regular rate under the Family First Coronavirus Response Act.
§826.30
Employee eligibility for leave.
§826.40
Employer coverage.
§826.50
Intermittent leave.
§826.60
Leave to care for a child due to school or place of care closure or child care unavailability—Intersection between the EPSLA and the EFMLEA.
§826.70
Leave to care for a child due to School or Place of Care closure or child care unavailability—intersection of EFMLEA and the FMLA.
§826.80
Employer notice.
§826.90
Employee notice of need for leave.
§826.100
Documentation of need for leave.
§826.110
Health care coverage.
§826.120
Multiemployer plans.
§826.130
Return to work.
§826.140
Recordkeeping.
§826.150
Prohibited acts and enforcement under the EPSLA.
§826.151
Prohibited acts and enforcement under the EFMLEA.
§826.152
Filing a complaint with the Federal Government.
§826.153
Investigative authority of the Secretary.
§826.160
Effect on other laws, employer practices, and collective bargaining agreements.

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