AN ACT MAKING VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE LABOR LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA.
House committee substitute to the 2nd edition makes the following changes. Deletes proposed GS 95-153 which prohibited compelling Department of Labor employees who are charged with compliance duties from appearing at any legal or administrative proceeding concerning a division inspection or investigation performed by the Department unless the appearance is required for a hearing held pursuant to Article 16.
Deletes the content of GS 95-136(e) and instead provides that the names of witnesses or complainants, and any information within statements taken from witnesses or complainants during the course of inspection or investigation conducted under Article 16 that would name or otherwise identify the witnesses or complainants, are not admissible in court or before an administrative body except pursuant to the enforcement of Article 16 unless the witness or complainant signs a written release.
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