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It’s pretty interesting and important to know that overtime issues across the United States are basically held to one set of standards, the federal government’s Fair Labor Standards Act, the FLSA or the Wage and Hour Law for short. But states can have many of their own overtime laws, or a few. And that’s what makes Florida a special case and worthy of note for this blog. Florida overtime law really is made up of one law, statute 448.01. In basic terms, this Florida overtime law sets 10 hours as the length of a legal workday for manual laborers. If we look at the law a little further, it ... Read More
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