103.24   Hours of work.
103.245   Designation of a permit officer.
103.25   Permits and identification cards.
103.26   Refusal or revocation of permits and identification cards.
103.27   Duties of employers of minors in street trades.
103.275   Duties of employers in house-to-house street trades.
103.28   Enforcement.
103.29   Penalties.
103.30   Penalty on newspapers for allowing minors to loiter around premises.
103.31   Penalty on parent or guardian.
103.32   Recovery of arrears of wages.
103.33   Discriminatory acts; street trades.
103.34   Regulation of traveling sales crews.
103.35   Information required for licensure.
103.36   Employer right to solicit salary information of prospective employees; statewide concern; uniformity.
103.37   Certain requirements to obtaining employment prohibited.
103.38   Eight-hour work day; applicability.
103.43   Fraudulent advertising for labor.
103.45   Time checks; penalty.
103.455   Deductions for faulty workmanship, loss, theft or damage.
103.457   Listing deductions from wages.
103.46   Contracts; promises to withdraw from or not to join labor, employers' or cooperative organizations are void.
103.465   Restrictive covenants in employment contracts.
103.503   Substance abuse prevention on public works and public utility projects.
103.505   Collective bargaining; definitions.
103.51   Public policy as to collective bargaining.
103.52   “Yellow-dog" contracts.
103.53   Lawful conduct in labor disputes.
103.535   Unlawful conduct in labor controversies.
103.54   Responsibility for unlawful acts.
103.545   Recruitment of strikebreakers.
103.55   Public policy as to labor litigation.
103.56   Injunctions: conditions of issuance; restraining orders.
103.57   Clean hands doctrine.
103.58   Injunctions: contents.
103.59   Injunctions: appeals.
103.60   Contempt cases.
103.61   Punishment for contempt.
103.64   Employment of minors; definitions.
103.65   General standards for employment of minors.
103.66   Powers and duties of the department relating to employment of minors.
103.67   Minimum ages in various employments.
103.68   Hours of labor.
103.695   Designation of a permit officer.
103.70   Permits necessary for minors; exceptions.
103.71   Conditions for issuance of permits.
103.72   Refusal and revocation of permits.
103.73   Form and requisites of permit; as evidence.
103.74   Duties of employers of minors.
103.75   Certificates of age.
103.76   Proof of age in court.
103.78   Minors in public exhibitions, radio and television broadcasts, modeling.
103.79   Minor golf caddies.
103.80   Inspection.
103.805   Fees; permits and certificates of age.
103.81   Advertising; penalty.
103.82   Penalties.
103.83   Discriminatory acts; employment of minors.
103.85   One day of rest in seven.
103.86   Employee welfare funds: default in payments.
103.87   Employee not to be disciplined for testifying.
103.88   Absence from work of volunteer fire fighter, emergency medical services practitioner, emergency medical responder, or ambulance driver.
103.90   Definitions.
103.905   Department's duties.
103.91   Migrant labor contractors.
103.915   Migrant work agreements.
103.917   Safe transportation.
103.92   Certification of migrant labor camps.
103.925   Access and entry.
103.926   Vacating residence.
103.93   Wages.
103.935   Hours of labor.
103.94   Civil action by migrant workers.
103.945   Nonwaiver of rights.
103.96   Retaliation prohibited.
103.965   Correction period.
103.967   Duties of council on migrant labor.
103.968   Council review of rules.
103.969   New contract compliance.
103.97   Penalties.
103.001 103.001 Definitions. In chs. 103 to 106, the following words and phrases have the designated meanings unless a different meaning is expressly provided:
103.001(1) (1)“Commission" means the labor and industry review commission.
103.001(2) (2)“Commissioner" means a member of the commission.
103.001(3) (3)“Department" means the department of workforce development.
103.001(4) (4)“Deputy" means any person employed by the department designated as a deputy, who possesses special, technical, scientific, managerial or personal abilities or qualities in matters within the jurisdiction of the department, and who may be engaged in the performance of duties under the direction of the secretary, calling for the exercise of such abilities or qualities.
103.001(5) (5)“Employee" means, except as provided in s. 452.38, any person who may be required or directed by any employer, in consideration of direct or indirect gain or profit, to engage in any employment, or to go or work or be at any time in any place of employment.
103.001(6) (6)“Employer" means any person, firm, corporation, state, county, town, city, village, school district, sewer district, drainage district, long-term care district and other public or quasi-public corporations as well as any agent, manager, representative or other person having control or custody of any employment, place of employment or of any employee.
103.001(7) (7)“Employment" means any trade, occupation or process of manufacture, or any method of carrying on such trade, occupation or process of manufacture in which any person may be engaged, except in such private domestic service as does not involve the use of mechanical power and in farm labor as used in sub. (12).
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2019-20 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2021 Wis. Act 24 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on April 15, 2021. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after April 15, 2021, are designated by NOTES. (Published 4-15-21)