What is the FLSA?

Q. What is the FLSA?

A. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a very broad federal labor law that dates back to the Roosevelt Administration. Among its provisions, it contains the legal minimum wage provisions, establishes record keeping and child labor standards, and requires that most employees be paid time and one-half for all overtime "hours worked."

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