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The FLSA of 1938 (Fair Labor Standards Act) establishes a minimum wage, overtime pay, record-keeping and child labor standards for all workers both full time and part worker that are employed in both the private sector, Federal, State and local governments. What it does it require are : vacation, holiday, severance or sick pay; meal or rest periods, holidays off or vacations' premium pay for weekend or holiday work; pay raises or employee benefits' a discharge notice, the reason for a discharge or immediate payment of wages after termination.

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Every American must be offered at least part-time employment.

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the right of collective bargaining ! :D

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