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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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California Legal Holidays Laws: Employer Requirements Under Law

by Karen Lac

What Are the Labor Laws in Tennessee for Salaried Employees?

by Madison Garcia

Wage and Hour Laws in California

by Annie Sisk

What Are Labor Laws Regarding Salaried Employees?

by: Grace Ferguson

The labor laws for salaried employee are different from those for hourly employees. The latter gets paid according to the number of hours worked during the pay cycle. But salaried employees receive a predetermine amount of pay weekly or on a more ...
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Nevada Child Labor Laws

Nevada regulates the employment of minors under the age of 16 and prohibits them from working in conditions that would be dangerous to their physical ...

Labor Laws Concerning Salary Overpayments

by: Adam Benjamin

Taking more salary than you earned leaves your employer to consider options to get the money back. Financial consequences from overpayment last until the employer is repaid after a human resources manager makes a clerical error in tabulating hours ...
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Indiana Labor Laws for the Minimum Number of Hours Off Between Shifts

by Sally Brooks

Labor Laws for 18-Year-Olds Still in High School

by Ray Dallas

What Constitutes Full-Time Employee Status in Virginia?

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