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How Law Affects the Workplace

What about part-time workers?

They too may not be fully covered by workplace laws. For example, if they work less than a certain number of hours, part-timers are not subject to some laws, such as the Family and Medical Leave Act. In addition, using part-time workers instead of full-timers may keep certain businesses small enough to be exempt from certain workplace laws.

>>Is there a single law of the workplace?
>>Does it matter if a person works for a government instead of a private employer?
>>What is the legal significance of a union contract?
>>Do workplace laws cover independent contractors?
>>What is the distinction between employees and independent contractors?
>>What about temporary workers?
>>What about part-time workers?


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