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The Fair Labor Standards Act is a unique treatise presenting all provisions of the FLSA from all viewpoints.
Here's how to stay on the safe side of compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act
Auer involved the Court's interpretation of the proper limits to overtime wage benefits under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
A section of the Fair Labor Standards Act, the law regulating child labor, allows agricultural industries to obtain waivers that will allow them to use ten- and eleven-year-olds for hand-harvested products if the companies can show that not using the ten- and eleven-year-olds "would cause severe economic disruption to the industry.
In its draft report (see The Weekly, 1/22/96)-required under the mandates relief law-the ACIR recommends, and NLC supports, repealing provisions in several current laws that extend coverage to state and local governments, such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).
Lawmakers might think more about business' problems if inflexible rules governing overtime pay in the Fair Labor Standards Act prevented them from keeping campaign workers on the job till the wee hours.
Employer's Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act provides a comprehensive, practical guidance resource that includes reference documents to insurance compliance with FLSA requirements.
Federal courts interpreting the salaried basis test under the Fair Labor Standards Act have consistently found that seemingly innocent pay practices justify treating otherwise exempt employees as nonexempt hourly employees, entitled to three years of overtime back pay.
Although schools that implement community-based vocational education programs must adhere to the rules and guidelines of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) administered through the United States Department of Labor (DOL), there have been few resources available for correctly interpreting these complicated regulations (Moon, Kiernan, & Halloran, 1990).
Together they transformed American public life by writing and pushing through such legislation as the Securities and Exchange Act, the Public Utility Holding Company Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The Supporting Working Moms Act would help new parents and babies by expanding the breastfeeding provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act to cover salaried office workers: The 2010 Merkley-Maloney provision amended Section 7 of the Fair Labor Standards Act to provide mothers who are classified as non-exempt employees with reasonable break times to pump milk in a private, non-bathroom environment while at work.

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