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Employment law is a set of standards that regulate the relationships between employers and employees. They regulate when an employer can hire staff and when the employees are able to work, but also minimum requirements for a safe working environment and minimum pay for the employees.

A number of laws go into what makes employment law. Minimum wages regulate what an employer must pay their employee. Anti-discriminatory laws prohibit employers from treating applicants and employees certain ways based on certain characteristics. Some places of employment are required to provide health insurance, but employers must, at the very least, collect and submit payroll taxes on behalf of their employee. If an employee feels any of their rights have been impeached upon, they can turn to a lawyer for help.

Major employment laws in the United States

Minimum wage laws

Overtime pay

Family and medical leave

Collective bargaining

Safe working conditions

Employers cannot discriminate based on protected characteristics

Civil rights considerations


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