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Fair labor standards act

Fair labor standards act means a 1938 federal law that requires most employers to pay a minimum hourly wage and overtime pay of one-and entrepreneurship.


Fair Labor Standards Act is a congress passed this act in 1936 to provide for minimum wages, maximum hours, overtime pay, and child labor protection. The law has been amended many times and covers most employees.

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