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For questions on promised wages including ,wage, benefits such as vacation pay and sick leave, and deductions from wages, please call the ,North Carolina, Department of ,Labor,’s ,Wage, and Hour Bureau at 919-807-2796 (Raleigh) or toll-free (,NC, only) 1-800-NCLABOR. Web site: www.nclabor.com. For more information or specific questions concerning
*Note: The Department of ,Labor, revised the regulations located at 29 C.F.R. part 541 with an effective date of January 1, 2020.WHD will continue to enforce the 2004 part 541 regulations through December 31, 2019, including the $455 per week standard ,salary, level and $100,000 annual compensation level for Highly Compensated Employees.
The ,N.C,. Department of ,Labor,’s ,Wage, and Hour Bureau enforces the 1979 ,Wage, and Hour Act of ,North Carolina, (Chapter 95, Article 2A of the ,North Carolina, General Statutes) and the Administrative Rules promulgated thereunder (Title 13, Chapter 20 of the ,North Carolina, Administrative Code).
Minimum ,Wage,. ,North Carolina,'s minimum ,wage, is $7.25 per hour, the same as the federal minimum ,wage,. Overtime. ,North Carolina law, generally requires an employer to pay covered employees overtime at a rate of one and one-half times the regular rate for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek. Child ,Labor
Federal ,labor laws, for salaried employees do offer some protections. The minimum ,wage, and overtime requirements of the Fair ,Labor, Standards Act (FLSA) apply to all employees who come within that ,law's, coverage, whether the employees are paid hourly or they are on a ,salary,…
North Carolina, may supplement federal ,law, with additional state and municipal ,labor laws,. Minimum ,Wage,. Minimum ,wage, in ,North Carolina, is currently $7.25 per hour. ,North Carolina, Overtime Requirements. Overtime requirements are not determined by the amount of hours or by the type of pay (hourly or ,salary,); they are determined by the type of ...
Minimum ,Wage, Facts. A basic fact-sheet on the federal minimum ,wage,, with links to ,laws, that apply to specific categories such as youth, tipped employees, and workers with disabilities. Content Detail. By: U.S. Department of ,Labor
The U.S. Department of ,Labor, enforces the Fair ,Labor, Standards Act (FLSA), which sets basic minimum ,wage, and overtime pay standards. These standards are enforced by the Department's ,Wage, and Hour Division. Minimum ,Wage,. The federal minimum ,wage, is $7.25 per hour for workers covered by the FLSA. Many states also have minimum ,wage laws,.
16/5/2016, · ,North Carolina, (,NC,) ,wage, and hour ,laws, do not make a specific provision for minimum ,wage,. Instead, they follow the federal standard for minimum ,wage,, which is currently set at $5.15 per hour. Tipped employees currently receive $2.13 per hour if …
To learn more about ,wage, and hour ,laws, in ,North Carolina,, contact the state Department of ,Labor,. What are ,wage, and hour ,laws,? ,Wage, and hour ,laws, set the basic standards for pay and time worked -- covering issues like minimum ,wage,, tips, overtime, meal and rest breaks, what counts as time worked, when you must be paid, things your employer must pay for, and so on.