The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) includes the minimum wage and overtime laws, equal pay requirements recordkeeping, and child labor laws. Nonexempt employees are those who are covered by the FLSA minimum wage and overtime laws. An employee who is paid on an hourly basis is usually considered to be nonexempt, regardless of the hourly rate paid. The FLSA minimum wage and overtime laws exempt broad categories of “white-collar” jobs if they meet certain tests.
Overtime laws and nonexempt vs. exempt status can be tricky areas for employers. The resources below are designed to assist employers in navigating the rules and requirements of the FLSA.
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