Part 35 - NONDISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF AGE IN PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES RECEIVING FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR  


Subpart A—General
§ 35.1 What is the purpose of the Department of Labor (DOL) age discrimination regulations?
§ 35.2 To what programs or activities do these regulations apply?
§ 35.3 What definitions apply to these regulations?
Subpart B—Standards for Determining Age Discrimination
§ 35.10 Rules against age discrimination.
§ 35.11 Definitions of the terms “normal operation” and “statutory objective.”
§ 35.12 Exceptions to the rules against age discrimination: normal operation or statutory objective of any program or activity.
§ 35.13 Exceptions to the rules against age discrimination: reasonable factors other than age.
§ 35.14 Burden of proof.
§ 35.15 Remedial action.
§ 35.16 Special benefits for children and the elderly.
§ 35.17 Age distinctions in DOL regulations.
Subpart C—Duties of DOL Recipients
§ 35.20 General responsibilities.
§ 35.21 Recipient responsibility to provide notice.
§ 35.22 Information requirements.
§ 35.23 Assurances required.
§ 35.24 Designation of responsible employee.
§ 35.25 Complaint procedures.
§ 35.26 Recipient assessment of age distinctions.
Subpart D—Investigation, Conciliation, and Enforcement Procedures
§ 35.30 Compliance reviews.
§ 35.31 Complaints.
§ 35.32 Mediation.
§ 35.33 Investigations.
§ 35.34 Effect of agreements on enforcement effort.
§ 35.35 Prohibition against intimidation or retaliation.
§ 35.36 Enforcement.
§ 35.37 Hearings, decisions, and post-termination proceedings.
§ 35.38 Procedure for disbursal of funds to an alternate recipient.
§ 35.39 Remedial action by recipient.
§ 35.40 Exhaustion of administrative remedies.
Appendix A to Part 35—Age Distinctions in Statutes Affecting Financial Assistance Administered by DOL