As the spouse of a veteran, you may benefit from federal job-hiring preferences. These rules recognize the hardships you have endured as the result of service. Read More.
Stateside Legal: Employment Assistance and Advice for Service Members Transitioning to Civilian Work
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS), is the central point of information for employers and veterans concerned with hiring and retraining veterans for good jobs. Read More.
The North Carolina Department of Labor provides information for citizens about labor laws in North Carolina. Read More.
North Carolina law pertaining to veterans preference found in Article 13, Veterans Preference, § 126-80 though § 126-83. Read More.
North Carolina General Statutes, Article 7A, Priority in Employment Assistance for Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States, Chapter 165
North Carolina law pertaining to veterans preference found in Article 13, Veterans Preference, § 165-44.1 though § 165-44.6. Read More.
North Carolina Department of Labor provides links to the NC Wage and Hour Act and corresponding rules and regulations including minimum wage, overtime, sick pay, and more. Read More.
North Carolina General Statutes, §128-15, Employment preference for veterans and their spouses or surviving spouses
North Carolina law regarding employment preference for veterans and their spouses and surviving spouses. Read More.
The North Carolina Bar Association Labor & Employment Section provides information about North Carolina labor and employment law including fair pay, time off, independent contract v. employee, family and medical leave, anti-discrimation, unemployment and other employment law. Read More.
North Carolina law pertaining to reemployment rights for North Carolina National Guard members. Note that USERRA does not apply to state activation of North Carolina National Guard members. Read More.