In December 2011, President Obama announced a proposed rule that would extend minimum wage and overtime protections to home care workers under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
What does FFLSA stand for?
FFLSA stands for Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (US Department of Labor)
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The suit claims that the law firm willfully classified the workers as interns when in fact they would be considered employees under New York labor laws and the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The federal Fair Labor Standards Act establishes rules governing child labor.
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) indicates health-care workers are entitled to a 30-minute meal or applicable compensation if the meal break isn't possible.
workers under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
The federal minimum wage was first enacted in 1938 as part of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
Parks said employees also may use class-action lawsuits and claims under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act -- such as those brought by police over timely payment of overtime, which cost the city more than $46 million in payouts and back wages.
THE WORKERS ARE SEEKING $750 MILLION FROM C & S IN UNPAID WAGES AND OVERTIME UNDER THE FEDERAL FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND STATE LABOR LAWS IN EACH OF THE 14 STATES WHERE C & S OPERATES.