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Broadly speaking, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal statute that originally passed in 1938 which addressed many of the issues with a fast passed and growing working class and the rights of those workers. It provided for a minimum wage, it provided basic child labor laws, and it provided ‘time and a half’ for employees in certain occupations who had to work overtime. In addition to …
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NCRA Leadership & Legislative Bootcamp offers robust content for leaders and professionals, while also offering the opportunity for attendees to visit Capitol Hill and meet with legislators about important NCRA lobbying items.