Fair Labor Standards Act
Le Fair Labor Standards Act (« Loi sur les normes du travail équitable ») également appelé Wages and Hours Bill (« Loi sur les salaires et le temps de travail ») est une loi fédérale américaine, approuvée par le Congrès des Etats-Unis en 1938. Le FLSA établit un salaire minimal, propose une réglementation des heures supplémentaires et interdit l'emploi des mineurs et des enfants dans des travaux pénibles. Elle s'applique aux employés travaillant pour une entreprise engagée dans le commerce ou produisant des biens destinés au commerce. Il s'agit du dernier grand texte de loi approuvé durant le New Deal de Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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