|Internal Revenue Code
Sec. 3401. Definitions
For purposes of this
chapter, the term "employer"
means the person for whom an individual performs or performed any
service, of whatever nature, as the employee of such person, except that
For those of you who insist
that the bafflegab written by Congress above is because they didn't
have any other way to put "public"
entities within the "private"
entities term; I've got news for you...
| 15 USC 2651
(b) Labor Department review
Any public or private employee
or representative of employees who believes he or she has been fired or
otherwise discriminated against in violation of subsection (a) of this
section may within 90 days after the alleged violation occurs apply to
the Secretary of Labor for a review of the firing or alleged
|38 USC 4323
(a) Action for Relief. - (1) A person who receives from the Secretary a
notification pursuant to section 4322(e) of this title of an
unsuccessful effort to resolve a complaint relating to a State (as an employer) or a private
employer may request that the Secretary refer the complaint to
the Attorney General.
| 29 USC 2006
(e) Exemption for security services
(1) In general
Subject to paragraph (2) and sections 2007 and 2009 of this title, this
chapter shall not prohibit the use of polygraph tests on prospective
employees by any private employer
whose primary business purpose consists of providing armored car
And the best was saved for
|20 USC 6103.
The term ''employer'' includes both public and private employers.
With one more shot at what
The term "employer" includes (encloses - corrals) both
public and private employers.
Congress does indeed know the difference between public
employers, employees, and payroll compensation for service.