Yet the Fair Labor Standards Act
also stipulates he cannot perform the fire service without compensation.
Lawyer Lloyd Ward and CEO lose Fair Labor Standards Act
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.
Barrie Tabin, Senior Legislative Counsel at NLC, testified before ACIR on behalf of NLC and the Public Sector Fair Labor Standards Act
Coalition (Coalition) on ACIR's suggestion to repeal the application of the FLSA to the public sector.
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.
The DOL's Wage and Hour Division recently concluded a special investigative effort targeting 288 nursing homes to determine industry adherence to the Fair Labor Standards Act
and has more recently announced that it will now conduct a similar compliance survey in the residential "group home" segment of the long-term care industry.
The latest developments in Fair Labor Standards Act
(FLSA) coverage and exemptions are addressed and examined in the new 2002 Cumulative Supplement to The Fair Labor Standards Act
, published by BNA Books.
HR 1119, the Family Time Flexibility Act would amend the Fair Labor Standards Act
(FLSA) and allow employees to receive compensatory time off in place of overtime pay.
This is the story of one such law -- the Fair Labor Standards Act
(FLSA) -- and how, in one isolated case, Congress stepped in and cobbled together important relief from what could have been a catastrophic snafu.
The authors raise the need for better enforcement of existing health and safety regulations, especially those related to the appropriate use of personal protective equipment, and suggest revision of the Fair Labor Standards Act
to include disinfectants as a hazard against which young workers must be protected.
Among a host of other issues, MBA's 2004 Advocacy Agenda also includes implementation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair Labor Standards Act
(FLSA) overtime rule change, enhancing affordable housing opportunities through FHA empowerment and changes to improve Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits (REMICs).
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
, however, which governs minimum wage/maximum hour issues, an even broader interpretation of the term "employee" is used.