Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 5. Department of Labor and Workforce Development
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Chapter 5. Department of Labor and Workforce Development

Section 10. Purpose.
Section 20. Records of Department.
Section 30. Funds.
Section 40. Bond of Commissioner.
Section 50. Power to Issue Subpoenas and Take Testimony.
Section 60. Powers of the Department.
Section 65. Fees For Publications, Research Data, and Other Services.
Section 67. Service Fees For Administration of Workers' Safety and Compensation Programs.
Section 70. Accounting and Disposition of Receipts. [Repealed, Sec. 28 Ch 90 SLA 1991].
Section 80. Employer's Records.
Section 90. Employer Shall Furnish Information.
Section 100. Inspections and Examination of Records.
Section 110. Biennial Report.
Section 120. Cooperation With Other Agencies.
Section 125. Office of Citizenship Assistance.
Section 130. Preference For Resident Workers.
Section 140. Pay Periods; Penalty.
Section 150. Pay Orders. [Repealed, Sec. 2 Ch 19 SLA 1971].
Section 160. Notice of Wage Payments.
Section 170. Wages Earned Before Strike, Lockout, or Layoff.
Section 180. Wages in Dispute.
Section 190. Enforcement.
Section 200. Hearings On Wage Claims.
Section 210. Proceedings By Attorney General.
Section 220. Assignment of Liens and Claims to Department.
Section 230. Prosecution of Claims.
Section 240. Officers to Execute Process Without Security.
Section 250. Witness Fees of Garnishee Defendants.
Section 260. Disposition of Funds Recovered.
Section 270. Violations By Employer.
Section 280. Penalties.
Section 320. Reciprocal Agreements With Other States.
Section 330. Actions in Courts of Other States.
Section 340. Actions in This State For Demands Arising in Other States.
Section 360. Alaska Labor Relations Agency.
Section 370. Powers, Duties, and Functions of Alaska Labor Relations Agency.
Section 380. Regulations.
Section 390. Definition.


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