4 The Constitution Article 1 Section 8 First Amendment Fifth Amendment Congress has power to regulate tradeFirst AmendmentFreedom of speechFifth AmendmentNo one shall be deprived of life and libertyThirteenth AmendmentFreed slavesFourteenth AmendmentNo state abridgement of freedoms.
5 Three BranchesLegislative branchExecutive BranchJudicial Branch
6 Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA) Minimum WageOvertime PayChild Labor protectionEnforced by the US Department of LaborClass ExerciseLook www. FLSA.govFind the most common mistakes that you have observed in your experience
8 Portal to Portal ActDefines the meaning of the terms “hours worked”
9 Review from earlier classes Equal Pay Act 1963Compensable FactorsComparable WorthMcNamara Service Contract ActDefines the word “contractor”Bennett AmendmentAllows employees to charge employers with Title VII violationsPay Discrimination Civil Right ActDisparate TreatmentDisparate ImpactExecutive OrderAffirmative Action
10 More Review #62 Pregnancy Discrimination Act 1978 American With Disabilities Act 1990Family Medical Leave Act 1993Davis Bacon Act 1931Walsh Healey Public Contracts Act 1936
12 Contextual Influences on the Federal Government as an Employer #67 Executive OrderProhibits discrimination; race4, color, religion, sex, etc/.Executive OrderProhibits employment of non residence of USA in civil serviceThe Rehabilitation ActThe Viet Nam Veterans Readjustment ActGovernment Employee Rights ActFamily and Medical Leave Act
13 Labor Unions As Contextual Influences #68 Reduced influence of National Labor Relations Act l9357.4 % in private sectorGovernment workers %15 million workers in all in US are in unionsRight to Collective bargainingSpillover effectConcessionary Bargaining