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What Is in California’s Labor Code?

The Labor Code contains 7 Divisions, numerous parts, chapters, and articles containing hundreds of code sections, or individual statutes

By Chris Micheli, April 7, 2022 5:22 pm

The California Labor Code is one of 29 Codes that contain state statutes. The Labor Code contains 7 Divisions. There are also numerous parts, chapters, and articles containing hundreds of code sections, or individual statutes. The following is a broad overview of the Labor Code.

GENERAL PROVISIONS [Sections 1 – 27]

There are 34 Sections.

DIVISION 1. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS [Sections 50 – 176]

There are 12 Chapters.

DIVISION 2. EMPLOYMENT REGULATION AND SUPERVISION [Sections 200 – 2699.8]

There are 20 Parts, 62 Chapters, and 38 Articles.

DIVISION 3. EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS [Sections 2700 – 3100]

There are 3 Chapters and 12 Articles.

DIVISION 4. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AND INSURANCE [Sections 3200 – 6002]

There are 5 Parts, 24 Chapters, and 30 Articles.

DIVISION 4.5. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AND INSURANCE: STATE EMPLOYEES NOT OTHERWISE COVERED [Sections 6100 – 6149]

There are 4 Chapters.

DIVISION 4.7. RETRAINING AND REHABILITATION [Sections 6200 – 6208]

There are 9 Sections.

DIVISION 5. SAFETY IN EMPLOYMENT [Sections 6300 – 9110]

There are 14 Parts, 40 Chapters, and 11 Articles.

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