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List Of U.S. Federal Employment And Labor Laws

As most people are aware, the United States has labor laws regarding benefits, wages, paid time off, harassment, and more. What many people don’t know about this, however, is that the Department of Labor is the agency that regulates these federal laws and there are over 180 of them. These are applicable to approximately ten million businesses and cover over 125 million …

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Oregon Labor Laws

(2 days ago) Public school districts, education service districts, or public charter schools may provide any person substituting for a regular teacher with the same rest and meal periods to which the regular teacher is entitled under any applicable law, employment contract, policy, or collective bargaining agreement. OR Admin. Rules 839-020-0050(9)

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Wage Payment Laws

(9 days ago) Wage payment laws are generally state specific. The federal government does not have any laws governing these issues. Wage payment laws cover such issues as the frequency with which employees must be paid; the manner in which an employee can be paid, including direct deposit; when an employee must be paid when separated from employment, whether the employee is …

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Indiana Labor Laws

(3 days ago) Minimum Wage. Indiana’s current minimum wage is $7.25.. For more information on Indiana’s minimum wage laws, visit our Indiana Minimum Wage Laws page, which includes topics such as minimum wage, tip minimum wage, tip sharing and pooling, and subminimum wages.. Related topic covered on other pages include:

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Employment Laws And Unintended Consequences

(Just Now) Let’s take meal and break laws as an example. Many states require employers to provide employees with lunch and other breaks. The breaks may be paid or unpaid, depending on the demands of each state’s laws. (To find out which states have such laws, visit our state meal and break law summaries page.) For many employees, these laws ensure

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Bereavement Leave

(Just Now) Bereavement Leave. Bereavement leave is leave taken by an employee due to the death of another individual, usually a close relative. The time is usually taken by an employee to grieve the loss of a close family member, prepare for and attend a funeral, and/or attend to any other immediate post-death matters. Currently, there are no federal laws

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Drivers and Outside Helpers

(7 days ago) The Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits employers from employing any child under 18 years of age in the occupations of motor-vehicle driver and outside helper because they are considered to be particularly hazardous or detrimental to youth health or welfare, except in certain circumstanced discussed below:. on any public road, highway, in or about any mine (including …

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