Your Complete Guide to the FLSA
FEBRUARY 10, 2020
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) came to be in 1938 to protect workers from unfair work practices and is specifically designed for organizations that conduct interstate business. The act requires employers to pay a federal minimum wage to employees, pay overtime for more than 40 hours worked per week and follow child labor regulations. Who is Subject to the FLSA? The business and its employees must be located in the United States.