New Hampshire Employment Laws
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Many aspects of employment, from wages and benefits to inclusion and opportunity, are regulated by a network of federal and state laws. For example, an employer that refuses to hire women may face lawsuits for sex discrimination. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the employment laws of New Hampshire, with legalese-free explanations of the laws that affect most workers. In this section you will find information about your right to at least minimum wage, payment of overtime, meal periods, protection from discrimination, the right to "blow the whistle" on your employer without fear of being fired, and more. Click on a link below to learn more about New Hampshire employment laws.
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