Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was first enacted in 1938 to protect employees. It includes provisions for minimum wage, overtime pay for non-exempt employees, and child labor protection for workers in the United States.  In the Spring of 2010, WSU formed a team to review WSU policies and procedures to ensure we are consistent with the FLSA.

For more information about this federal law, see the following links:

FLSA Supervisor Training Power Point

FLSA Meeting Power Point

Record Keeping Requirements

FLSA Fact Sheet