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Article - Labor and Employment




§3–103.

    (a)    Except as otherwise provided in this section, the Commissioner may conduct an investigation to determine whether a provision of this title has been violated on the Commissioner’s own initiative or may require a written complaint.

    (b)    The Commissioner may conduct an investigation under Subtitle 3 of this title, on the Commissioner’s own initiative or on receipt of a written complaint of an employee.

    (c)    The Commissioner may conduct an investigation to determine whether Subtitle 5 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee.

    (d)    The Commissioner may conduct an investigation to determine whether Subtitle 6 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of a sales representative.

    (e)    (1)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–701 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an applicant for employment.

        (2)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–702 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an applicant for employment or an employee.

        (3)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–704 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee.

        (4)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–710 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee as provided in § 3–710(d)(1) of this title.

        (5)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–711 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee as provided in § 3–711(d)(1) of this title.

        (6)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–712 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee or applicant.

    (f)    (1)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–801 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee.

        (2)    The Commissioner may investigate whether § 3–802 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee.

    (g)    The Commissioner may investigate whether Subtitle 9 of this title has been violated:

        (1)    on the Commissioner’s own initiative;

        (2)    on receipt of a written complaint signed by the person submitting the complaint; or

        (3)    on referral from another unit of State government.

    (h)    The Commissioner may conduct an investigation to determine whether Subtitle 10 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee.

    (i)    The Commissioner may conduct an investigation to determine whether Subtitle 12 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an employee.

    (j)    The Commissioner may conduct an investigation to determine whether Subtitle 14 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint of an applicant or employee.

    (k)    The Commissioner, on the Commissioner’s own initiative or on receipt of a written complaint, may conduct an investigation of whether a local minimum wage law has been violated.

    (l)    (1)    The Commissioner may conduct an investigation to determine whether Subtitle 13 of this title has been violated on receipt of a written complaint by an employee.

        (2)    To the extent practicable, the Commissioner shall keep confidential the identity of an employee who has filed a written complaint alleging a violation of Subtitle 13 of this title unless the employee waives confidentiality.



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