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South Carolina's Teen Labor Law

by: Michelle Nati

Labor laws keep employment from interfering with education and protect minors from working in dangerous occupations and exploitation, among other things. While most states’ laws contain similar provisions, variances exist in certain areas, ...
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Pennsylvania Labor Laws About Taking Lunches & Breaks

by Michelle Nati

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Pennsylvania Labor Laws on a Hostile Work Environment

by Teo Spengler

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Pennsylvania Labor Laws for Salaried Employees

by Teo Spengler

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Can You Work 20 Hours a Week When Collecting Unemployment in Oregon?

by: Jeffrey Nichols

The unemployment benefits program in Oregon includes provisions allowing you to work part-time and still be eligible to claim benefits. How long you can work and remain eligible depends on your wages as well as your weekly benefit amount. State laws ...
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How to Calculate the Blended Rate Under FLSA

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California labor law gives employees the right to take breaks.

California Labor Laws About Bathroom Breaks

by: E.S. Martin

California provides most employees the legal right to take short rest breaks, one of the main purposes of which is to have time to use the restroom. Workers also have the right to use the restroom in a reasonable manner outside of their regular rest ...
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