According to Cornell University, the purpose of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is to set a federally mandated minimum wage and maximum hours for a work week. It also provides standards regarding overtime pay, pay eq... More »

Nonexempt employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act are workers who are not paid a salary based on executive, professional or administrative job duties, explains FindLaw. Most employees paid by the hour are nonexempt.... More »

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Under federal labor law, children between the ages of 14 and 15 must work outside school hours, for no longer than three hours on a school day, for no more than eight hours on a nonschool day and for no more than 40 hour... More »

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The Fair Labor Standards Act requires that employees receive the higher of federal or state minimum wage, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. State law applies only if a state's minimum wage law sets a higher wage... More »

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The Clean Water Act is a federal law that regulates water quality standards, states the Environmental Protection Agency. This includes navigable waters and any connecting water, including coastal waters, lakes, rivers, s... More »

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The federal Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits employers from legally hiring an 11-year-old to work in most jobs. At this age children can deliver newspapers, babysit, be an actor or performer, or work at home making eve... More »

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The Fair Labor Standards Act governs child labor laws in the United States, states the U.S. Department of Labor. Its provisions set age limitations for youth employment and prohibit children from working in certain hazar... More »

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