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The ESA sets out the rights and responsibilities of both employees and employers in Ontario workplaces. It also contains provisions that apply to people who are seeking employment with temporary help agencies and, in some cases, to clients of such agencies, even though the client business is not the employer of the person filing a claim under the ESA.
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The Employment Act was enacted in 1946. It stated that the government is responsible for keeping employment levels high and keeping prices at a stable level.
No; a member of the BC Medical Veterinary Assoc. under the Veterinarians Act is excluded so long as he or she is carrying on the occupation governed by the Veterinarian …Act: ES Regulation, section 31(o)
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The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was enacted to help set federal standards with respect to working conditions, including such aspects as establishing a national minimum wag…e and setting a maximum number of hours a person could work in a week. It was also intended to reduce or eliminate child labor. It was passed in 1938, under President Roosevelt.
Protect the health, well-being, and educational opportinutis of youth workers.
Which of these is not a major guideline of the youth employment section of the Fair Labor Standards Act?
Work that can be performed by youths over Eight-Teen years of age.
When the law was first created in 1938, under President Roosevelt, it was one step in trying to address the issue of child labor (which was then not illegal, and was very …common in some factories and mills, especially in the deep south). It was intended to protect the health and safety of young people: it encouraged them to stay in school, and began making certain kinds of work illegal, based on the age of the young worker. In order to keep it relevant to current circumstances, the Act has been amended several times over the years (including a 1996 modification under President Clinton), as attitudes about the proper age for young people to leave school and/or go to work have changed.
to establish fed min wage, eliminate child labor, and regulate overtime pay.
to protect workers from unfair requests or demands from employers I think this answer is wrong^ because on other websites there are right, and explained differently. So plea…se do not listen to the answer that has been written here. ^^^^^ WRONG the First one is right :) (A+) With all respects Answers.com
Compare and contrast the purpose of the hazcom standard and the superfund act what is each designed to do?
The purpose of Hazard Communication Standard is proper evaluation of the hazardous material at the workplaces to ensure health of the employers and the employees while Superfu…nd Act is concerned with the cleanup of the hazardous waste site.
Yes, federal laws have supremacy over state laws.
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This 1938 piece of legislation which passed during President Roosevelt's administration, established a national minimum wage, eliminated most kinds of child labor, and set an …eight hour work-day as the norm.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Act (Public Law 92-261) of 1972 was designed to prohibit job discrimination for reasons of race, religion, color, national origin, and sex.
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promote the constitutional right of equality and the exercise of true democracy.
The Youth Employment Standards Act is a Michigan law from 1970, which regulates the hours a minor can work, and requires permits allowing minors to work.
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The Employment Act of 1946 ch. 33, section 2, 60 Stat. 23, codified as 15 U.S.C. Â§ 1021, is a United States federal law. Its main purpose was to lay the responsibility …of economic stability of inflation and unemployment onto the federal government. The act did not favor Keynesian policies; indeed, there were few policy consequences because as Stein (1969) notes, "The failure to pass a 'Full Employment Act' is as significant as the decision to pass the Employment Act." The Act created the Council of Economic Advisors, attached to the White House, which provides analysis and recommendations, as well as the Joint Economic Committee. In practice, the government has relied on automatic stabilizers and Federal Reserve policy for macroeconomic management, while the Council of Economic Advisers has focused primarily on microeconomic issues.