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Working as a Minor Child in New Jersey

The days of widespread child labor in the United States are long past, but some protections remain necessary for those younger than 18 who work in New Jersey. Understanding these requirements is important for teenagers, parents and employers alike. Once a child has received an offer of employment, he or she should obtain a Form… Read More »

The Fair Labor Standards Act

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets standards for minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment.  Passed in 1938, it was enacted to establish fair labor standards for workers across the United States.  President Franklin D. Roosevelt passed the FLSA on June 25, 1938. It was a landmark law—banning child labor and setting a… Read More »