Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Definition

Construction

  • An act of the Congress of the United States enacted in 1936, and the subject of numerous amendments to the present day. Commonly referred to as the Minimum Wage Law, it establishes a minimum wage for all workers with the exception of agricultural workers, and additionally provides a maximum of a 40-hour work week for straight time pay for employees earning hourly wages.
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