South Carolina Employment Laws
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State employment laws cover just about every scenario you can find yourself in at your workplace. The Palmetto State’s employment laws identify minimum wage, overtime pay, and pay day requirements, and regulate issues like union membership and organization. There are also legal protections for “whistleblowers,”employees who report their employers’ violations of laws and regulations can’t be retaliated against. Ever wonder which holidays you should get off work, or if your boss needs to give you holiday pay for working on Memorial Day? Choose a link from the list below for detailed information on employment laws in South Carolina.
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