FLSA for Employees
- Gain an understanding of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Learn about the rules and guidelines associated with labor practices and how they apply to you and your work.
The Fair Labor Standards Act, or FLSA, was originally passed in 1938 and is enforced by the United States Department of Labor. The act establishes standards regarding two key items: minimum wage and overtime pay, but it also establishes standards for employer recordkeeping and youth employment. In this program, we'll go over what these laws mean to you, as an employee. We'll discuss who FLSA applies to, what it means to be an exempt versus nonexempt employee, how FLSA affects wages, and more.
- 7 minutes
- Format: Video