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Fair Labor Standards Act Of 1938
The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA) is a United States labor law that creates the right to a minimum wage, and "time-and-a-half" overtime pay when people work over forty hours a week. It also prohibits employment of minors in "oppressive child labor".See and . It applies to employees engaged in interstate commerce or employed by an enterprise engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, unless the employer can claim an exemption from coverage. The Act was enacted by the 75th Congress and signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938. Practical application The Fair Labor Standards Act applies to "employees who are engaged in interstate commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, or who are employed by an enterprise engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce" unless the employer can claim an exemption from coverage. Generally, an employer with at least $500,000 of business or gross sales in a year satisfies ...
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Franklin may refer to: People * Franklin (given name) * Franklin (surname) * Franklin (class), a member of a historical English social class Places Australia * Franklin, Tasmania, a township * Division of Franklin, federal electoral division in Tasmania * Division of Franklin (state), state electoral division in Tasmania * Franklin, Australian Capital Territory, a suburb in the Canberra district of Gungahlin * Franklin River, river of Tasmania * Franklin Sound, waterway of Tasmania Canada * District of Franklin, a former district of the Northwest Territories * Franklin, Quebec, a municipality in the Montérégie region * Rural Municipality of Franklin, Manitoba * Franklin, Manitoba, an unincorporated community in the Rural Municipality of Rosedale, Manitoba * Franklin Glacier Complex, a volcano in southwestern British Columbia * Franklin Range, a mountain range on Vancouver Island, British Columbia * Franklin River (Vancouver Island), British Columbia * ...
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Breuer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: * Amit Breuer, Canadian-Israeli documentary filmmaker * Annabel Breuer (born 1992), German wheelchair fencer and wheelchair basketball player * Bessie Breuer (1893–1975), American journalist and author * Beverley Breuer, American actress * Carolyn Breuer (born 1969), German musician * Eric Breuer, Swiss archaeologist and historian * Grit Breuer (born 1972), German sprinter * Hans Breuer (physicist) (born 1933), German physicist * Hans Breuer (politician), German politician * Isaac Breuer (1883–1946), German rabbi * Jacob Breuer (born 1916), Israeli lawyer * Jacques Breuer (born 1956), Austrian actor * Jean Breuer (born 1951), German cyclist * Jean Breuer (cyclist, born 1919) (1919–1986), Belgian cyclist * Jim Breuer (born 1967), American comedian * Josef Breuer (1842–1925), Austrian physician and physiologist * Joseph Breuer (1882–1980), Hungarian-born German and American rabbi * Lanny A. Breuer (born 1958 ...
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FLSA Minimum Wage Poster-2016
FLSA may refer to : * Fair Labor Standards Act, a federal statute of the United States * French Language Services Act The ''French Language Services Act'' (french: Loi sur les services en français) (the ''Act'') is a law in the province of Ontario, Canada which is intended to protect the rights of Franco-Ontarians, or French-speaking people, in the province. ...
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Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc
A helix () is a shape like a corkscrew or spiral staircase. It is a type of smooth space curve with tangent lines at a constant angle to a fixed axis. Helices are important in biology, as the DNA molecule is formed as two intertwined helices, and many proteins have helical substructures, known as alpha helices. The word ''helix'' comes from the Greek word ''ἕλιξ'', "twisted, curved". A "filled-in" helix – for example, a "spiral" (helical) ramp – is a surface called ''helicoid''. Properties and types The ''pitch'' of a helix is the height of one complete helix turn, measured parallel to the axis of the helix. A double helix consists of two (typically congruent) helices with the same axis, differing by a translation along the axis. A circular helix (i.e. one with constant radius) has constant band curvature and constant torsion. A ''conic helix'', also known as a ''conic spiral'', may be defined as a spiral on a conic surface, with the distance to the apex an ex ...
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Parker Drilling Management Services, Ltd
Parker may refer to: Persons * Parker (given name) * Parker (surname) Places Place names in the United States *Parker, Arizona *Parker, Colorado * Parker, Florida * Parker, Idaho *Parker, Kansas * Parker, Missouri * Parker, North Carolina *Parker, Pennsylvania * Parker, South Carolina * Parker, South Dakota *Parker, Texas in Collin County * Parker, Johnson County, Texas * Parker, Washington * Parker City, Indiana *Parker County, Texas *Parker Dam, at Lake Havasu on the Colorado River between Arizona and California * Parker Road (DART station), a light rail terminal on Parker Road in Plano, Texas * Parker School, Montana * Parker Strip, Arizona *Parker Township, Marshall County, Minnesota *Parker Township, Morrison County, Minnesota *Parker Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania *Parker Center, a former police building in Los Angeles Elsewhere * C. W. Parker Carousel, a Burnaby Village Museum exhibit in British Columbia, Canada * Mount Parker (Philippines), a Mindanao island volca ...
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Epic Systems Corp
Epic commonly refers to: * Epic poetry, a long narrative poem celebrating heroic deeds and events significant to a culture or nation * Epic film, a genre of film with heroic elements Epic or EPIC may also refer to: Arts, entertainment, and media Films * ''Epic'' (1984 film) * ''Epic'' (2013 film) Gaming * ''Epic'' (game), a series of wargames * ''Epic'' (video game), a 1992 video game * ''Epic: Battle for Moonhaven'', a 2013 video game by Gameloft based on the film ''Epic'' (2013) * ''Epic Card Game'', a 2015 strategy card game by White Wizard Games Literature * ''Epic'' (Kostick novel), a 2004 novel by Conor Kostick * ''Epic Illustrated'', a 1980s anthology series published by Marvel Comics Music Albums * ''Epic'' (Blood on the Dance Floor album), 2011 * ''Epic'' (Borknagar album), 2004 * ''Epic'' (R. Kelly album), 2010 * ''Epic'' (Sharon Van Etten album), 2010 * ''Epic'' (Tang Dynasty album), 1998 Songs * "Epic" (Faith No More song), 1990 * "Epic" (Sandro Silva ...
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Encino is Spanish for oak. Encino may refer to: __NOTOC__ Places United States * Encino, Los Angeles, California, a neighborhood * Encino, New Mexico, a village * Encino, Texas, a census-designated place Colombia * Encino, Santander, a municipality Other uses * Hyundai Kona The Hyundai Kona ( ko, 현대 코나) is a subcompact crossover SUV produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai. The first-generation Kona debuted in June 2017 and the production version was revealed later that year. It is positioned betwe ..., a 2017 SUV sold in China as the Hyundai Encino See also * Encino Formation, a geologic formation in Mexico * El Encino Stakes, an American Thoroughbred horse race run between 1954 and 2011 {{disambig, geo ...
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Tyson Foods, Inc
Tyson is a male given name of old French origin meaning 'high-spirited', 'fire'. It is from this that a surname arose 'son of Tyson'. Surname *Alan Tyson (1926–2000), British musicologist *Barbara Tyson (born 1964), Canadian actress *Bill Tyson, Irish writer and producer * Cathy Tyson (born 1965), British actress *Charles Tyson (1885–1964), English footballer *Cicely Tyson (1924–2021), American actress * Donald J. Tyson (1930–2011), American business executive and billionaire *Edward Tyson (1650–1708), English scientist and physician *Frank Tyson (born 1930), English cricketer *Ian Tyson (born 1933), Canadian musician * Isaac Tyson (1792–1861), American mining industrialist *Jacob Tyson (1773–1848), American politician *James Tyson (1819–1898), Australian pastoralist * J. Anthony Tyson (born 1940), American physicist and astronomer *John M. Tyson (born 1953), American judge *June Tyson (1936–1992), American jazz singer *Keith Tyson (born 1969), British artist *La ...
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Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc
Integrity is the practice of being honest and showing a consistent and uncompromising adherence to strong moral and ethical principles and values. In ethics, integrity is regarded as the honesty and truthfulness or accuracy of one's actions. Integrity can stand in opposition to hypocrisy, in that judging with the standards of integrity involves regarding internal consistency as a virtue, and suggests that parties holding within themselves apparently conflicting values should account for the discrepancy or alter their beliefs. The word ''integrity'' evolved from the Latin adjective ''integer'', meaning ''whole'' or ''complete''. In this context, integrity is the inner sense of "wholeness" deriving from qualities such as honesty and consistency of character. In ethics In ethics, an individual is said to possess the virtue of integrity if the individual's actions are based upon an internally consistent framework of principles. These principles should uniformly adhere to sound logi ...
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Sandifer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: * Bill Sandifer (born 1952), American football player * Cecil T. Sandifer {1923-2022), American politician and funeral director * Dan Sandifer (1927–1987), American football player * Phillip Sandifer (born 1959), American writer, recording artist and producer * Robert Sandifer (1983–1994), American murder victim See also * Sandifer syndrome Sandifer syndrome (or Sandifer's syndrome) is an eponymous paediatric medical disorder, characterised by gastrointestinal symptoms and associated neurological features. There is a significant correlation between the syndrome and gastro-oesophag ...
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Genesis HealthCare Corp
Genesis may refer to: Bible * Book of Genesis, the first book of the biblical scriptures of both Judaism and Christianity, describing the creation of the Earth and of mankind * Genesis creation narrative, the first several chapters of the Book of Genesis, which describes the origin of the Earth * Genesis Rabbah, a midrash probably written between 300 and 500 CE with some later additions, comprising a collection of interpretations of the Book of Genesis Literature and comics * Genesis (DC Comics), a 1997 DC Comics crossover * Genesis (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics supervillain * Genesis, a fictional character in the comic book series ''Preacher'' * ''Genesis'', a 1951 story by H. Beam Piper * ''Genesis: The Origins of Man and the Universe'', a 1982 science text by John Gribbin * ''Genesis'', a 1988 epic poem by Frederick Turner * ''Genesis'', a 2000 story by Poul Anderson * ''Genesis'' (novel), a 2006 work by Bernard Beckett * ''Genesis'', a 2007 story by Paul Chafe * ''Gene ...
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