Is it illegal to keep employees on salary after hours without pay?
Is there a law that protects you when your employer refuses to pay you for all the hours you worked?
What are federal labor laws for salaried employees?
What are some Washington Labor law tips?
What are the basic state of Nevada labor laws?
What are the work hour laws in Texas?
What laws is my employer violating if he puts some of my hours on next week in order to keep from paying me overtime?
Labor laws limit the number of hours worked by kids under the age of 17. Otherwise, there is no limit to the number of hours.
This depends on your state's specific labor laws. If you are in a right to work state, you can contract and be scheduled for any hours. However, in California there are maximum daily and weekly limits.
Minors cannot work more than 40 hours combined school and work. Other than that there is no limit to the hours you can work, you do have rights to breaks.
Labor laws are determined by the state. Therefore, each state has its' own laws. Most states do not have a maximum limit except for minors.
Maximum hours are whatever you agreed to, but you are not allowed to work seven straight days or any 24 hour days. If you agree to 5 - 16 hour shifts, then you work what you agreed to.
According to the labour law, the maximum hours allowed to work the company (or) In a organisation is eight hours only.
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