Statute of Limitations for the Fair Labor Standards Act?

Answer The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires certain employers to pay their workers a minimum wage and to pay nonsalaried employees overtime equivalent to 150 percent of their hourly wage i... Read More »

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National Labor Relations Act Statute of Limitations?

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the National Labor Relations Act, also called the Wagner Act (after New York Sen. Robert Wagner), on July 5, 1935. The act allowed workers to form labor union... Read More »

Statute of Limitations on California Labor Laws?

California labor laws allow employees to file employment complaints with the California Labor Commissioner. California prohibits employers from retaliatory actions against employees reporting labor... Read More »

Explain the Fair Labor Standards Act?

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938. The original intent of the law was to regulate wages and protect children from mistreatment in th... Read More »

Pennsylvania Fair Labor Standards Act?

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that regulates the payment of minimum wage, overtime pay, child labor and record keeping. The state of Pennsylvania adheres strictly to the Fair... Read More »