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Article 1. Enforcement of Industrial Homework Act
If, after investigation the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, believes that an employer possessing an industrial homework license, or an industrial homeworker possessing an industrial homework permit has failed to comply with provisions of the Industrial Homework Act or its rules and regulations, a hearing may be held by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement to determine whether there has been a violation. Before denying, suspending or revoking any license or permit, the Labor Commissioner shall afford the applicant or holder an opportunity to request a hearing in accordance with Chapter 5 Part I of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code Sections 11500 et. seq. Any such hearing on appeal of a denial of a license or permit or on the proposed suspension or revocation of such license or permit, shall be conducted in accordance with Chapter 5 of Part I of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code (Section 11500 et seq.) and the Labor Commissioner shall have all the powers granted therein. Written notices of such hearing will be sent to the employer or industrial homeworker in question and the license or permit may be revoked upon a finding that there has been such violation.
NOTE: Authority cited: Section 2666, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 2652, 2653, Labor Code.
1. Renumbering and amendment of former Section 13604 to Section 13603, and renumbering and amendment of Section 13606 to Section 13604 filed 5-27-87; operative 6-26-87 (Register 87, No. 24). For prior history, see Register 84, No. 23.
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