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Too hot to handle: Teen labor & summer jobs


Wage-and-hour enforcement is a delicate balance between federal and state law. Federal law always overrides state law when it provides more protection to employees, like teens working longer hours than the Fair Labor Standards Act allows, or in jobs prohibited by the FLSA’s hot-goods provision. It’s wise to keep this interplay in mind if you’ll be hiring teens this summer.


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